Auditing Clerk (Former Employee) – Eden Prairie, MN – January 9, 2014
My primary task in Concur, Inc was receipt handling. I prepared expense reports, scanned and upload them to the company's system for our clients to view electronically. I also worked with invoices by doing the same as with expense reports. However, preparing invoices require more attention because after uploading them to the system, clients do not have chance to review the prepared invoices. Auditors work on these invoices shortly after they are uploaded to the system where they are accessed electronically. My co-workers are fun and very friendly. I wouldn't say there's anything hard about the job. However, because it involves money I made sure I pay close attention to what I was doing. I worked in the pace I was most comfortable with but still manage to finish the tasks on time. The most enjoyable part of the job is that I was almost always doing something. I like being busy because it makes the day go by faster. The supervisor that I worked with was very nice and welcoming. Likewise, the manager was very understanding and was willing to listen to what employees had to say.
Free breakfast and lunches, free snack food, outdoor patio
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Bellevue, WA – July 12, 2017
There is a huge culture shift occurring as the transition of Concur to an SAP company continues. There is great opportunity for growth. The types of positions that have opportunity has changed with the dynamics of moving to the larger org. Many more options with this large org.
Market Development Representative (Former Employee) – maidenhead, london – July 5, 2017
worked at concur for 4 months, very repetitive day. get in, call, call, call, call, go home. repeat the next day.
cold calling was the thing i hated most, which is why i say its not for everyone. if you enjoy the word "no" all the time, you will do just fine. the co workers were very nice and the culture of the business definitely defines who they are and what they do.
I really truly enjoy working for Concur. A typical day of work consists of, but is not limited to: - Program Management - Customer Service - Data Analysis - Schedule and lead meetings (internal/external)
Product Portfolio & Management Intern (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – April 4, 2017
Had a very awesome internship here the summer of my sophomore year. Working on the product portfolio and management team, I learned a lot just by being surrounded by a great team and all the resources Concur had to offer.
I enjoyed the work however major changes kept happening and it was impossible to keep up.
Implementation Project Manager (Current Employee) – Eden Prairie, MN – January 10, 2017
I enjoyed working for the company and the clients. However internally it's a free for all to get your job done. I needed to get help from multiple departments to complete my projects. Each department had its own way of requesting help, and on top of that each month they would change how you ask, and never tell you until you asked.
It was frustrating because it slowed me down constantly.
Regional Sales Executive - National Accounts (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – December 1, 2016
You work very hard, you report very often to superiors about pipeline and activity, if you exceed quota income is great. Quarterly driven!!! Don't miss your number. If you exceed quota in Q2, Q3 is, "What have you done for me lately?"
Occasionally, managers take senior leadership's no nonsense style and direct approach a little too far downstream. It can become insensitive with the inexperienced managers trying to prove they belong.
Concur is a software company at heart, and what amazingly awesome software they make. Customers LOVE the software. Concur is without doubt the industry leader, dominating the competition. Service delivery and particularly support and implementation can be difficult for them. Ask Concur customers and you'll get the feedback you're looking for.
Best manager I ever had, Remote workers have freedom, benefits
Worst manager I ever had, Service delivery, Managerial turnover, SF.COM tedium
Positive work environment with a lot of opportunities
Customer Support Analyst 2 (Current Employee) – Remote – August 2, 2016
Concur is a great company that recently became part of SAP. They have maintained their own corporate culture. They do have some really nice benefits like paid maternity leave, generous PTO, work from home, and free sodas at the office. A downside to working at Concur would be the lack of internal training. If you were interested in taking an external training class in Excel or something, they will cover that. However, trying to get information on their own systems (CTE and ConcurGov) can be really difficult. Frequently it seems that each department doesn't know what the other is doing. They have grown really fast, and perhaps they don't have some of the corporate infrastructure in place that one expects from a company of this size.
outsources, doesn't care about employees, very bad company some friendly smart employees bought out by SAP. A terrible example of a veteran with an honorable discharge is terminated while foreigners working on a visa promoted.
Good work environment, but managment lacking in professionalism
Human Resources Assistant (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – May 16, 2016
I was apart of the HR department, mainly assisting with the Permanent Residency Recruitment process. The goal was to prove to the Department of Labor that we were not displacing any U.S. workers for positions held by visa dependent employees. First, we posted the job on various websites and newspaper ads, candidates would apply, and I would review each application to determine if their qualifications met the requirements. If so, I would conduct initial phone interviews, and if their qualifications remained strong, I would then schedule a second phone interview with the hiring manager so they could delve deeper into their experience and skills. The work in itself was slightly challenging only because this was a different type of recruitment, and after I had tracked and updated all the necessary information, our legal team had to review everything until they submitted the files to DOL (Department of Labor). The legal team would thoroughly review the files and if anything was deemed questionable or needed to be revisited I was responsible for going back and making sure everything was 100% perfect. Overall, I did like the people I worked with, I just felt that management was unprofessional, and were disorganized themselves, which made my ability to do my job a little more challenging. I was grateful for the experience, but in the end the role just wasn't a good fit for me, or my future goals.
Nice people, lots of food options for lunch, good work/life balance
Small company=more scrutinizing of employees, unprofessional managment, Recently acquired by SAP so system processes were all over the place
Fast paced, Revenue-focused, highly competitive work place
Client Sales Executive (Current Employee) – Saint Louis Park, MN – March 18, 2016
you drive the activity to generate revenue in your territory. You must be self-sufficient, a self-learner and driven by competition to succeed. the job consists of connecting with existing clients to sell additional products. Much of the sales success depends on timing, luck and territory.