It seems that Expensify is not done with its mission of making “expense reports that don’t suck” quite yet. Today, the San Francisco-based startup launched new features that make the whole process even easier. Expensify has updated its entire suite of mobile apps with a new feature called “Trips,” which lets people file work-related travel expenses and itineraries with Expensify as they book their… → Read More
Expensify’s platform allows you to pull in your transaction records and automatically categorize them. All you need to do is register your credit cards with the platform, and the site will automatically import E-receipts. You can also take a photo of… → Read More
What makes Expensify so easy is that it can pull in your transaction records and automatically categorize them. All you need to do is register your credit cards with the platform, and the site will automatically import E-receipts. You can also take a photo of paper… → Read More
Now, you might think that making a product that isn’t terrible should be so obvious to every company on the planet as to almost be nonsensical. Indeed, who would ever advocate building a product that sucks? But the fact is: many products do suck. How can something so obviously important and universally recognized by so infrequently accomplished?
It’s a surprisingly complex question. But I… → Read More
Expensify, the startups that’s looking to take the endless headaches out of expense reports, is ready to get down to business. The site has just launched its 1.0 release, which introduces a revenue stream, as well as a totally revamped UI and new features designed to suit the needs of its users.
A lot has changed for Expensify since we last covered it. For one, the company has largely ditched… → Read More
Expensify, the startup that took second place at TC50′s demo pit last year, has launched the public beta version of its business expense tracking and reimbursement system. Expensify has created a bigger and better version of its system, which we reviewed last fall.
Expensify still offers the “electronic payment card,” which is essentially an Expensify-branded MasterCard that is linked to… → Read More
Business expense accounts may sound glamorous, but for most frequent travelers they’re more of a hassle than anything. Sure, there’s always the novelty of being able to go out to to dinner on the company’s dime, but this wears thin after a few days of stuffing your wallet full of receipts.