“Throughout our organization, it’s difficult for us to manage all of our receipts, and we often miss some,” said Curtis Thelen, program administrator and Wells Fargo cardholder at Universal Avionics. “This new solution will help us increase our percentage of receipts collected. I also see this becoming the preferred method over using a scanner and e-mailing the image. I can’t think of a better way of doing it.”AdvertisementAdvertisement
The Commercial Electronic Office® (CEO®) portal offers Wells Fargo commercial and corporate customers secure, single sign-on access to a broad offering of online banking applications and reports, including cash management, credit, investments, foreign exchange, trade finance, capital markets, trust, insurance, and health benefits. The CEO Mobile service allows customers to securely access their accounts when they’re on the go, away from their computer or office, or traveling for business. Through the CEO Mobile service, customers can perform many of the same tasks they access through the CEO portal, as well as additional functions such as uploading business expense receipts or depositing checks using an iPhone, iPad, or Android device.1
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