18 June 2019
Riskline is pleased to attend SAP Concur Fusion EMEA in London from 18 to 19 June 2019.
SAP Concur is a SaaS company providing travel and expense management services to businesses. Their Fusion EMEA event will bring together current SAP Concur customers, those interested in SAP Concur, partners and experts to learn, discover and connect for a two-day conference in London on 18 and 19 June.
As a proud partner within the SAP Concur ecosystem for nearly eight years, we are excited to be among a select group of partners sponsoring Fusion EMEA. With a presence on the Fusion Expo floor, we will have the opportunity to support our partnership, network with community and industry peers, and educate attendees on the importance of duty of care in the industry.
For corporations – large, small and everything in between – duty of care (DoC) is critical within the context of business travel, as employers are legally and morally required to ensure their employees’ well-being, security and safety while they are working, whether in their home country, at a remote worksite or abroad.
In London, attendees will discover how our key risk-assessment service fundamentally fulfils part of their duty of care packet. Our live demos will present how our verified and analysed real-time risk assessments and travel advisories integrate within the SAP Concur ecosystem. As a travel risk management company in operation since 2007, we have been grateful to partner and work with companies like SAP Concur over the past decade. Now, we are eager to increase awareness about our world-class travel risk intelligence services to the entire SAP Concur community.
We hope to see you on the Fusion Expo floor!
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