Announcing Bill Processing and Invoices that Don’t Suck!

Ryan Schaffer —  May 14, 2013 — 8 Comments

Today we are excited to finally announce a much anticipated feature: Invoicing and Bill Processing! At the behest of our users who were fed up with their existing Invoicing and Bill Processing solution, we’ve worked extremely hard to bring you Bill Processing and Invoices that Don’t Suck! No longer must Expensify users subject themselves to clunky invoicing systems. We’ve taken everything you love about Expensify Expense Reports and applied it for our Bill Processing and Invoices!

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Expensify now allows you to take Expense Reports created or submitted to you and re-bill them as an Invoice to your clients. Apply mark-up on materials purchased on behalf of your client. Upload your logo into Expensify and we’ll slap it on the invoice. Determine and communicate your custom payment terms.  If your clients already use Expensify they can even pay your invoices directly within Expensify with the same great options that are available for our Expense Reports: ACH Direct Deposit, PayPal, and even Bitcoin!

Ok, so what if your vendors dont use Expensify? You can still send them invoices – just click Attach PDF before you hit send.

We know most users want to keep their bills and invoices in the same program, so we developed Bill Processing to be incredibly easy.  When you activate Invoicing/Bill Processing we create an email address for you to give out to your vendors. Example: YourCompany@bills.expensify.com. Any bills sent to that email address will be SmartScanned and populated into your Expensify account.

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We built this functionality because our users were complaining they didn’t like having to export their expenses into Freshbooks or Quickbooks in order to send out Invoices. Well, now you can seamlessly handle Expense Reports, Invoicing, and Bill Processing within one interconnected, powerful tool.

We’ve added more information on our help pages so check those out here:

As always, if you have any questions about Expensify or need help getting your company set up, feel free to email help@expensify.com.

Read the press release here: http://prn.to/YGXBuj

Ryan Schaffer

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Expensify Marketing Team Lead

8 responses to Announcing Bill Processing and Invoices that Don’t Suck!

  1. 

    Thanks for working toward the invoice solution. How do you make the billable option as default? All of our expenses are billable.

  2. 
    Brent Bizwell May 14, 2013 at 1:21 pm

    Nevermind…just saw how to make “billable” a default. Thx

  3. 

    Today, I went to the beachfront with my children. I found a sea shell and gave it to my 4 year old daughter and said “You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear.” She placed the shell to her ear and screamed.
    There was a hermit crab inside and it pinched her ear.
    She never wants to go back! LoL I know this is
    totally off topic but I had to tell someone!

  4. 

    The SmartScan product is fantastic. I always recommend this to small businesses that needs a program that allows them to easily keep track of physical inventory. In my opinion, this is the best option for Quickbooks to keep track of inventory.

  5. 

    Thanks for the kind words, John. If you need anything in the future, please don’t hesitate to reach out!

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