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The Expense Reporter

    All the latest from Spence and the ExpenseBot team

    November Updates

    Posted by: Ed Buchholz Date: November 20, 2014 at 1:26 AM

    Receipt RoboScan

    Oh no we didn't. Actually, we did. Now everytime you upload a receipt to ExpenseBot we'll automatically scan it and add the details to the receipt record.

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    Just Released: Bulk Expensing!

    Posted by: Ed Buchholz Date: October 1, 2014 at 1:05 PM

    You asked for it, and we delivered! Now you can add multiple transactions from your credit card or bank account to an expense report at once with our new bulk expense functionality. Have a bunch of transactions that are... personal in nature? You can ignore all of them at once too!

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    ExpenseBot Product Update for Mid-September!

    Posted by: Adam Baratz Date: September 22, 2014 at 12:53 PM

    The past few weeks have been a whirlwind here at ExpenseBot. Here's just some of what we've been up to:

    Non-approval Users: If you're a hot-shot at your company and don't require approval, you can now submit expense reports directly to your finance team.  FYI: We're totally jealous of you!

    Multi-tier Approval Process: Some companies require that multiple people approve expense reports before reimbursement. Now administrators can easily establish hierarchical approval trees.

    Customizable Contacts and Projects: We now allow administrators to require certain users' expenses to have contacts and/or projects attached to them. In addition, users can now be set to default a contact and/or project.

    Whitelabel of Exports: If you are an accountant or controller you probably need to import the data that is created by Expensebot into your accounting system. Now you can use our whitelabel tool to match the CSV file to those titles required by your accounting platform.

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    The Unexpected Benefits of Updating Your Expense Reporting System

    Posted by: Adam Baratz Date: September 17, 2014 at 5:20 PM

    Everyone knows that expense reporting sucks. The process is equivelant to a root canal. What's worse, there's a high likelihood that your company is doing a terrible job at managing expense reporting. In fact more than 70% of all companies still use spreadsheets for their expense management. Here's an exploration of all the unexpected benefits that your company will experience by switching to an updated expense reporting system.

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    Skipping the Spreadsheets; Doing Expense Reports Without Excel

    Posted by: Adam Baratz Date: August 22, 2014 at 4:53 PM

    We all love Excel. When it comes to data entry, it’s the Swiss Army Knife at the heart of business’s operations; and it’s not that hard to understand why. Excel is already on most desktops and workstations, it’s relatively easy to use,  and most people are familiar with the program. Excel is the de-facto king of data entry.

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    Five signs your expense management process sucks

    Posted by: Adam Baratz Date: August 20, 2014 at 1:24 PM

    You run a tight ship. You do what you can to increase productivity, prop up the bottom line, and make your employees happier. Even though you know that there’s always room for improvement, it’s hard to find specific actions you can take to move your business forward. Enter expense reporting. It might seem like a counterintuitive process for you to focus on, but controlling spending just might be the thing your company needs to take it to the next level.

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    ExpenseBot and Controlling Employee Spending

    Posted by: Ed Buchholz Date: February 20, 2014 at 4:00 PM

    Whether you realize it or not, you’ve probably got an employee spending problem. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners estimates that the average business loses about $26,000 dollars per year to expense reporting inaccuracy or fraud, and businesses without an established spending policy and expense management software solution are estimated to have nearly double that loss annually!

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    The Age of Simplified Expense Reporting

    Posted by: Ed Buchholz Date: November 6, 2013 at 3:30 PM

    The modern world is one of impatience. If a 2.7 GB download of an episode of Breaking Bad takes longer than 20 minutes, it’s the most unbearable wait imaginable. Between Twitter and Facebook, news spreads like wildfire and we know about current events moments after they happen. The world is at our fingertips 24/7, complete with reviews and YouTube mashups.

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