Allows multiple personnel to make an approval. By registering the deputy manager and assistant manager as “leader of the department (supervisor)”, other than the department manager become able to undertake the Task of [2. Approval on Travel]. Incidentally, the Operation of [2. Approval on Travel] will be allocated to a person other than who handled the [1. Register Travel] Task.
Realizes “proxy approval” by the deputy manager. That is, requests of less than 1 million yen proceed to [3a. Approval], and the deputy manager will also be able to give approval. Applications for between 1 to 5 million yen will be also accepted after 24 hours. Meanwhile, for applications over 5 million yen, proxy approval is not allowed.
A User claims every time when expense paid out-of-pocket. Launched by emailing the receipt image taken with “smartphone” was done, and the amount and the date etc. of expense paid are automatically entered from the email body. At the Step of [1. Claim (appending], data of the claim can be added/modified, but it will be automatically submitted after 24 hours have elapsed. Users can make a claim also with a browser, and check the progress.
Reports and records expenses after approval/correction. The Process for all employees is automatically started at the beginning of every month. The employee holds the [1. Report] Task until the closing date and inputs the expenses and payments on behalf of during that term. At the [3. Confirmation/Adjustment] Step, the accounting staff makes corrections such as “Payment by corporate card”, and then it is automatically recorded in a Google Sheet.
A Proposal-approval flow that automatically records the approved spending in a Google Sheet. When a new Issue is entered at the [1. Submit plan draft] Step, the “Budget Consumption Log” (Google sheet) is referred to, and the total expenditure so far is calculated automatically. At the Step of [2. Decision], the approver can make his/her decision confirming the budget consumption situation. The amount approved is automatically added to the “budget consumption log”.