How to control business spending responsibly during an economic crisis

Is your company ready to control business spending? Here are four strategies your company can implement proactively to minimize a downturn’s negative impact on the business and control spend.

Controlling costs by putting in proactive purchase approval workflows is one of the easiest ways for companies to adjust to an unplanned economic downturn while still managing for growth.

Is your company ready to control business spending during an economic crisis?

This downloadable handbook, Control in a Crisis, covers four strategies your company can implement proactively to minimize a downturn’s negative impact on the business.

  • Lockdown spending – How to make sure all spend is proactively approved before orders are placed to ensure business spending is controlled, rogue spending is minimized and managers have real-time budget visibility.
  • Over-communicate with your team – How to keep the team aligned to budget fluctuations during an economic crisis. Includes suggestions on how to communicate new changes and processes around the spend control of your company.
  • Reforecast and defer costs – The questions you should ask around your key strategic initiatives to reforecast and defer costs to refocus the business strategy as a whole.
  • Increase accountability and responsibility – Here’s how you can automatically track purchase requests, approvals, and real-time costs to ensure discretionary spending does not get out of hand.

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Control Business Spending in an economic downturn

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