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By Mike Bassi, Director of Partnerships |
09.21.2016

Crescent Crown Distributing is one of the top 10 beer distributors in the U.S., selling and delivering over 32 million cases annually throughout its territories in Arizona and Louisiana. Quality and freshness are extremely important to Crescent Crown. Each product is handled with care, from pickup to delivery, to ensure retailers receive undamaged cases and kegs.

By Dillon Blake, Senior Director of Business Development |
09.14.2016

Business Vehicle Programs are a lot like beer. Ok, that might be a little bit of a stretch, but hear me out: Living in Texas, I prefer a nice Saint Arnold Brewing Lawnmower or a Dos X with a lime on a warm day. However, when I am visiting our corporate office in Wisconsin, I can’t resist a New Glarus Spotted Cow. In this example, there are different kinds of beer to fit different situations, times of the year and events. The same can be said for different types of vehicle programs that fit with different companies and job positions.

By David Olson, Vice President of Product Development |
09.13.2016

Of all the types of vehicle reimbursement programs available to organizations, fixed and variable rate reimbursements tend to be the most confusing and complicated. However, this type of program has some major benefits that could benefit your organization in a big way. Check out the infographic to discover how Runzheimer's Fixed & Variable Rate (FAVR) program can protect your company from risk, while also saving costs. 

By David Olson, Vice President of Product Development |
09.1.2016

Just like you get your oil changed every 5,000 miles on your car, you organization should be performing regular maintenance on its vehicle program. Is your business vehicle program due for maintenance? This year’s Workforce Mobility Benchmark Report revealed some possible gaps when it comes to risk, safety and program policy. Many organizations are leaving themselves exposed to unnecessary risks that could have big implications on their organizations’ and bottom line. Here are some of the results:

Mileage Only Expense Without a Receipt
By Dillon Blake, Senior Director of Business Development |
08.24.2016

Last year, Aberdeen Group reported that 57% of companies are under pressure to improve visibility into their T&E spending1. Though mileage is one of the largest T&E expenses, it’s often left unmanaged, and unmanaged mileage means unmanaged expense. Think about it. Mileage is the only travel expense without a receipt. This is a big deal for organizations who reimburse mobile employees through a cents-per-mile (CPM) program policy.

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