Cornell users of Concur will soon have a simpler, streamlined experience when creating and submitting expense reports. These advancements are being made to increase the user-friendliness and accessibility of the site, addressing many pain points.
A lot has happened with the Concur Travel System project since the last general update in April, when the Phase 0 Pilot kickoff occurred. Phase 0 marked the first time any Cornell traveler used Concur.
On January 25, 2017, Robin Yager, Concur Project Functional Lead, and Dan Dwyer, Concur Project Director, provided an update about the project at a CIT town meeting. A presentation similar to this will be made to other phase 1 pilot participants over the next few weeks.
As the Concur Travel System Project transitions from its preliminary “Phase 0” to the broader “Phase 1” (where it will be rolled out to DFA, CIT, ILR and AA&D, plus the departments of Ecology & Evolutional Biology and Neurobiology & Behavior), one of the subjects most asked about is t
The project implementing the Concur travel system is in the first stages of training and testing with a pilot group of representatives from Alumni Affairs and Development, CIT, DFA, and ILR. Between now and mid-February 2017, pilot testers will experience the different aspects of Concur; training
In the spring of 2017, the university will begin implementing Concur, a one-stop, web-based, leading-edge travel solution that enables users to address all travel-related tasks, from booking reservations to filing for reimbursements.