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It’s that time of year again!

For those of you who track mileage for reimbursement through Expensify, make sure to update your standard mileage rate for 2017 if you’re based in the U.S.

Beginning January 1, 2017, the business standard mileage rate will be 53.5 cents per mile, down from 54 cents per mile in 2016.

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We’re always on the hunt for ways to simplify the process of getting your receipts into Expensify, and that’s why we’re excited to announce an integration with Fujitsu’s ScanSnap Cloud, a service that makes it even easier for ScanSnap users to get their receipts into Expensify!

Now, ScanSnap customers can bypass the traditional, multi-step process to scan and save important information by sending their data directly from their ScanSnap iX500 or iX100 scanners into Expensify with a push of a button.  Continue Reading…

This week’s blog post is a guest post by Shawn Basak from Workato, a do-it-yourself cloud app integration platform and Expensify partner.

Expensify is designed to make the task of expense management suck less, so integrating Expensify with your existing tools shouldn’t be a pain either.

Today, we’re happy to present another option to integrate Expensify throughout the business. Workato lets users build custom integrations (referred to as “recipes”) between Expensify and over 50 other apps. Connect Expensify with any Workato-supported app and build in your own custom logic to fit your specific needs. How? Continue Reading…

We rolled out our NetSuite integration to much fanfare in May of 2014 and saw a tremendous response from both new and existing customers. The integration combines the best of both worlds — the user-friendly Expensify UI with NetSuite as the powerful backend and system of record. Since May, our customer success team has been hard at work getting companies set up on NetSuite and we’re excited to announce a new feature that is going to make the already best-in-breed integration even stronger — custom fields!

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Uber partners with Expensify to bring SmartRides to business travelers worldwide

I think it’s safe to say Uber is one of the most significant startups of the decade. Their vision is to make arranged transport so cheap and convenient that you literally don’t need to own a car: it’s so audacious, when Travis told me I straight up laughed. After our last startup together, I started Expensify, and he started Uber, and I wished him the best of luck in an incredulous sort of way. Well the time for luck is over. This is happening folks, and woe be to all who stand in Uber’s way.  Continue Reading…

Expensify Partners with Uber to Bring SmartRides to Business Travelers Worldwide

Traveling Can Suck. SmartRides Don’t.

Traveling can be brutal. Delayed flights, trying to find a cab, fumbling through your phone for your hotel address — it’s all a huge headache. Those headaches are now a thing of the past because Expensify has teamed up with Uber to trade your boarding pass for hotel key with a single tap.

So What is It?

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In a few weeks, Expensify will be releasing a brand new version of our QuickBooks Online integration. This complete overhaul was built to be faster, more stable, and so much easier to use.

Here’s a brief overview of the new features that will be part of this integration:

  • Vastly simplified connection setup: configure the policy once and export your reports to QBO without having to specify which accounts to export to, or export type, etc.
  • Billable flags are now passed from Expensify to QBO
  • Classes and locations now import as report fields in Expensify
  • Export preferences can be configured based on expense type (reimbursable vs. non-reimbursable)
  • Employee and vendor records automatically match to the Expensify report submitter.
  • Connect your Expensify policy to QBO in two clicks.

QBO Connection Dialogue

The QBO connection configuration dialog

 

Additional features, like tax support and export date configuration, are already planned and will be added in the future.

This new integration is currently in a closed beta test. If you would like to take part in this beta, simply email jason@expensify.com and specify that you would like to be able to test the new QuickBooks Online integration.

Thanks, we can’t wait for this to go live!