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Concur Connector

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Posted by: Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services

Attain firm control over your company’s Travel & Expense budgets with Concur integration and achieve your budgetary objectives using Informatica iPaaS.


The Informatica Cloud Connector for Concur enables your finance department to attain tight T&E budgetary control over all the lines of businesses in your company. It also allows Finance to have a more collaborative discussion with other departments on their annual operating plans when deciding how to allocate discretionary budget. Using the connector will help you to:


  • Identify errors and potential fraudulent transactions in expense reporting.
  • Integrate with your mainstream ERP system of record and ensure that general ledger financial information is properly captured.
  • Expedite reimbursement processes to ensure employees get paid quickly and monthly financial close procedures are not affected.
  • Ensure T&E compliance and enforce audits in sensitive industries such as pharmaceuticals, government and financial services.


Get started now by clicking on the banner below for a free 30-day trial! Once you’ve signed up, click on the Administration tab, then click on the Connectors sub-tab, and then click on the Concur Connector for your free trial.

Key Features

Rapid Connectivity : Supports bi-directional sync with Users, Expense Summary, Expense Entry, Attendee, Expense Itemization, and other objects.


System Requirements :

  • Informatica Cloud connectors are delivered within Informatica Cloud Services from within your login.
  • Secure Agent can run on Windows.
  • Requires Subscription to Concur.


Informatica Cloud support options are available for paid editions of Informatica Cloud. Click here for documentation on the Concur connector.

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