Introducing: The Powerful Expensify Widget on 9 Spokes Data Dashboard

Lindsey Peckham —  October 15, 2017 — Leave a comment

Expensify Dashboard

2017 has been the year of partnerships for Expensify: We’ve launched a number of ReceiptBurner integrations, an AirPlus Partnership, and now we’ve joined 9 Spokes as a featured widget in their data dashboard!

The newly-launched 9 Spokes dashboard offers users key insights and a real-time analysis of their business data, allowing users to see the full picture of where their business stands from both a financial and growth perspective.

Within the dashboard, you can choose to connect to a suite of powerful widgets, including Expensify, Google Analytics, QuickBooks, and more! Gain more transparency into your business by pulling in key metrics and important data all in one central place.

Once you’ve signed into your 9 Spokes account and connected to Expensify, you’ll get insights such as:

  • Expense reports to approve (overall): Displays total number and £ amount of expense reports awaiting approval in the last quarter (90 Days)
  • Top 5 oldest expense reports to approve: Prioritizes the top five oldest expense reports to approve and the days since the expense was submitted for approval, as well as the £ amount in the last quarter (90 days)
  • Top 5 expense reports categories: Offers insight into your top five highest expense categories and the £ amount approved per category in the last quarter

Don’t have an Expensify account yet? You’re in luck! We’re offering any new Expensify user two months free when they sign up for Expensify through 9 Spokes. Simply follow this link to get started!

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