The standard Expense Report Sync recipe should transfer approved expense reports from your Concur account into your Replicon account. If these expenses have been assigned to a project in Concur, they should also have been assigned to the project of the same name in Replicon, especially if you have the Clients & Projects Sync recipe (bundled together in the integration) running as well.
If these expenses are showing up in Replicon without any projects assigned when there should be projects assigned, the issue might be that the custom fields were set up differently in your Concur account.
First, take a closer look at your recipe. You can do so by clicking on the 'Customize' link on the recipe you wish to drill down into. Do note that the customize option is not available from the Replicon app (if you are accessing the integration from within Replicon), but only on Workato itself.
The recipe should look like this:
Check the steps "add line item to expense sheet in Replicon" to see if there are invalid pills in the data mapped. Any invalid pills should show up as red in colour. With regards to the project pills specifically (which was the point of the article, after all!), check the "Project name" and the "Bill client" field. If the fields are red, we would need to replace these pills.
If you employ only itemizations in your expense reports, you should be using "Project value" pills from the second 'Foreach' datatree (first 'Foreach' holds expense line items, second 'Foreach holds itemizations, third 'Foreach' holds allocations):
If you don't even see those pills show up in your datatree, this means that your project custom fields are currently found in a form different to that of the "Default" expense entry form, which is the form that Workato reads from to obtain your custom fields. To add these fields to your Default expense entry form, you would need certain administrative rights in Concur. With these rights, go to Administration > Expense > Configuration Report
Look for the "Default" expense entry form to verify that it has your custom project fields. If not, a Concur administrator would have to add the project custom field (and possibly the related client custom field) to this form. If you are currently using this Default form, and do not wish to add this custom fields to the form because you do not wish the users who are using this form to have access to the project field when creating their expense reports, you can contact us to arrange for another means to enable these fields in your recipe.