How Do You Expensify?: Flurry

garrettmknight —  July 25, 2012 — Leave a comment

Welcome back to another riveting post in our How Do You Expensify blog series! This week we focus on Flurry, creator of the world’s leading mobile application analytics and data-powered advertising platform.

After working with John Iparraguirre at Flurry to simplify and optimize their expense reporting practices, we’ve found that the most cumbersome pain point in their expense reporting process was inputting expenses into QuickBooks. Prior to working with Expensify, John would have to spend 4 hours, twice a month keying his employees’ approved expenses into QuickBooks. Not only was this task time consuming, manual data transfer always carries the risk of mistakes no matter how exceptional the employee is. Enter Expensify!

Using our integration with QuickBooks, you can export reports from Expensify to QuickBooks with ease and speed. After connecting your Expensify account with QuickBooks, employees categorize their expenses using your QuickBooks expense accounts, submit their reports, and once they’re approved John can export reports, in bulk or individually, directly to QuickBooks. For those of you that have not had the pleasure of manual data entry, trust me this is way better. Don’t take my word for it, John Iparraguirre sums it up eloquently:

Transferring expenses into QuickBooks went from a 4 hour task to 15 minutes with Expensify.

That’s 1/16th of the time, not to mention increased automation that safeguards against mistakes in transit. Not too shabby.

Thanks to John and Flurry for letting us highlight their experience with Expensify! If you are interested in setting up your QuickBooks – Expensify connection or if you’d like to be featured in an edition of ‘How Do You Expensify?’, please contact us via help@expensify.com and we’ll be glad to assist you.

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