Insperity enabled its Expensable expense reporting platform to integrate with Google Maps and templates for oft-used routes - Business Travel News

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December 06, 2012 - 03:25 PM ET

Insperity enabled its Expensable expense reporting platform to integrate with Google Maps and templates for oft-used routes through a redesign of its mileage-entry methods, according to the company. The updates are designed to "simplify the mileage-recording process, which can be time-consuming and frustrating for business travelers," according to John Tangredi, Insperity Expense Management division president. 

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