Wells Fargo Fraud Extends to SMBs: This Week in the Back Office


We get it. It's impossible to stay on top of every expense management story, so we've got you covered. Keep reading for a recap of this week's top back office-related news that you can't afford to miss.

Wells Fargo Fraud Extends to SMBs

Almost a month after it was revealed that Wells Fargo employees created an estimated 2 million unauthorized accounts in retail customers' names without their knowledge, Reuters reported this week that thousands of small businesses have also been affected.

According to the article Wells Fargo has identified around 10,000 small businesses that were victims of fraudulent accounts. Check out the full story.

Church Leaders Guide to Expense Management Tools

Church leaders have to balance both finance logistics and their responsibilities to their members in order to keep things running smoothly. Find out what expense management tools will help streamline the reporting process, control spending and save time. Check out the full story.

Building a Finance Department from the Ground Up

Bellhops, an app-based, on demand moving company, built its finance department from scratch. Find out how they did it and the role technology is playing in helping them manage their growth. Check out the full story.

T&E Technology Needs to Evolve

A new global study released on Wednesday by Concur found that travel and expense management is one of the top challenges for financial leaders and that they need to provide technology that more closely resembles what employees use in their personal lives. Check out the full story.

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