Amex and Microsoft turn to AI to make expense reports less horrible
ChatGPT is getting all the attention as of late, but modern AI technologies have a range of use cases beyond finally making Bing useful. One emerging trend is putting AI to work to aid with the frustr
How bottom-up sales helped Expensify blaze the path for SaaS
You'd expect an expense management company to have a large sales department and advertise heavily. But like we’ve seen over and over, Expensify just doesn’t do what you think it should.
How Expensify hacked its way to a robust, scalable tech stack
Take a close look at any ambitious startup and you'll find pugnacity nestled in its core. Stubbornness and a bullheaded belief in the worth of what a company wants to bring to fruition is often the bi
How Expensify got to $100M in revenue by hiring ‘stem cells’ and not ‘cogs in a wheel’
The influence of a founder on their company's culture cannot be overstated. Everything from their views on the product and business to how they think about people affects how their company's employees
YC-Backed Abacus Wants To Make Expense Reports Obsolete
Expense reports are a special kind of hell. Employees are often stuck wondering when, if ever, they will get reimbursed. Managers and accountants, on the other hand, have to deal with extra paperwork
Purchext Keeps Your Kids From Buying Beer With Their Allowance
Purchext, a new app/service that increases communication between parents, their youngsters and the purchases their youngsters make, is on display at TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2013. The concept behind the
ProOnGo adds QuickBooks Pro integration
<img src="http://www.mobilecrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/proongo.png" />Shortly after covering <a href="http://www.mobilecrunch.com/2010/06/25/manage-expense-reports-with-proongo/">ProOnGo Exp
Manage expense reports with ProOnGo
<img src="http://www.mobilecrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/proongo.jpg" />It's been a long time since I've had to fill out an expense report, but I remember clearly what a hassle it always was.