Minimise multi-entity management headaches with some of our newest spend management features. Add and remove employees across entities easily from the Group module to reduce insider threats and sensitive data leaks. And filter your expenses across multiple entities using our custom date filter to understand current and future spend, and improve expense processing efficiency.
The words ‘multi-entity management’ often elicit deep breaths and sighs across finance and accounting teams. It’s complex and usually leaves finance professionals without the visibility they need to fully control company cash flow and spend.
The sigh-reducing good news? Now, armed with our latest features, finance leaders can embrace a more efficient way of controlling multi-entity expenses.
As a finance leader in a growing business, you likely know the stress of keeping up with employee additions and turnover.
New or departing employees? Our latest feature update lets you add and remove staff from your Payhawk solution in bulk across multiple entities. This feature is especially useful as your organization grows, helps keep insider threats down, and reduces administrative headaches.
Regardless of whether the employee leaves under positive or negative circumstances, having access to sensitive company information can leave your organization vulnerable to insider threats and data breaches. Whether buying personal items on a business card seconds after a contract termination or destroying financial documents, unfortunately, there’s always the potential that offboarded employees can sabotage your systems.
It’s essential to have a strategy around departing employees, your spend management system, and company cards, as money and sensitive financial documents are involved. At Payhawk, we’ve made offboarding an employee from your corporate expense management software and auto-blocking their cards fast, simple, and done in just a few clicks.
Mitigating risk is essential after an employee chooses to move on or has their contract terminated. That means prompt removal from all corporate systems across all of your entities as soon as possible. You should create and follow an offboarding checklist to ensure you remove all ex-employee access and take extra precautions to reduce data breaches and other unwanted risks.
Here's a rundown of some of the best employee offboarding practices to wrap into your strategy or checklist and help reduce security vulnerabilities.
You’ll need to identify potential threats or unauthorized access quickly. Monitoring their actions within company systems can help you spot unusual behavior quickly, protecting yourself from breaches.
You should implement enhanced security measures to keep your data protected. Such measures include two-factor authentication, resetting shared passwords, and automatically terminating all employee accounts during offboarding. These best practices can help you avoid access to unwanted eyes and protect your internal systems.
When managing multiple entities, you need the ability to quickly add and securely remove employees from your expense management system. At Payhawk, our powerful security features can help ensure employees don’t abuse company money before they leave an organization.
We enable organizations to add different employee access levels to minimize sensitive data leaks. We also recommend you act quickly when removing access employees who are leaving to reduce any risk of a security breach, i.e., sharing or accessing sensitive data.
Removing and adding employees and all associated expense accounts from the system reduces the threat of financial abuse and document leaks in case an employee leaves.
With our new bulk employee management feature, administrators and finance team members can quickly add and remove employees from and to all applicable entities.
The screenshot above shows that you can see which entities they’re part of before removing an employee, their user access, and whether they have any corporate cards to close.
Another of our latest feature releases allows finance teams to filter their expenses by custom dates on the Group Dashboard across multiple entities. So now, not only can you gain complete visibility into spend across multiple entities, but you can also filter by custom date. This improves cash flow visibility and helps you accurately map out your budgets, which is crucial as your enterprise expands.
Managing expenses across multiple entities can get complex quickly. And no doubt, you're always looking for ways to reduce and optimize budgets. But you can only find them with a clear picture of company-wide business expenses.
With an improved ability to filter expenses across entities, you can better manage cash flow by checking if funds will cover future spending. You can also improve operational efficiency by viewing past expense volumes and processing to double-check month-end accuracy.
Filtering expenses improves spending visibility, reduces manual processes, and ensures compliance with company policies and regulations. All this means reducing errors, which helps you make more informed decisions across all entities.
Data should inform all business decisions, so having an expense filtering system you can rely on as a CFO or finance leader matters.
Filtering expenses by date offers several big benefits for understanding corporate spending, including:
Our newest expense date sorting empowers financial professionals to gain insight into corporate spending patterns and make more informed, impactful decisions.
Are you curious to learn more about our newest features and how they can help your business? Schedule a demo to see these new features in action.
Or if you’re an existing customer, don't hesitate to contact your dedicated account manager today to schedule a feature demo instead.
Whether you have tens, hundreds, or thousands of employees, we’re making your business spend work for you, giving you control over spending at scale with a single solution. Say goodbye to tedious finance tasks, and schedule a demo with us today.