Top 12 Expense Management software


Expense Management software automates the creation of the expense report for employees, provides online review and approval process for managers
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Concur's easy-to-use business travel and expense management software solution helps your business save time, money and gain control. The Concur booking tool makes business travel a snap—starting with customized options that align with your company policies. You can also upload electronic folios, directly to expense reports. Concur provides full visibility into spend and the ability to ensure policy and regulatory compliance.
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Simplified expense reporting your employees will love. Streamline the way your employees report expenses, the way expenses are approved, and the way you export that information to your accounting package.
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Certify is the leading cloud-based travel and expense report management solution for companies of all sizes. Certify makes expense reports easy by automating the creation of the expense report for the employee, providing online review and approval process for managers, and streamlining the processing and reimbursement process for accountants.
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With SAP Cloud for Travel and Expense, you can manage your business travel, from planning to expense reimbursements. Designed for the way you travel, our solution lets you travel smarter, spend better, get reimbursed faster – all while staying in compliance with corporate policies and delivering on your business goals.
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Oracle Internet Expenses is a travel and expense solution that streamlines and automates travel spend management. The result: a dramatic and immediate return on investment with direct impact on the bottom line. Oracle Internet Expenses works seamlessly with other Oracle E-Business Suite products to drive better decision-making, sustainable financial discipline, regulatory compliance, and optimized business processes at the lowest cost.
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Save time and maximize productivity with Tallie - the complete accounting solution for expense reports. Tallie captures expense data from a variety of sources, minimizing the need for data entry. Tallie's unique multi-export feature moves your expenses to multiple systems with just one click. It's that easy.
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Sitting on a pile of receipts, waiting to get paid? With Abacus you submit your expenses as you go, and get paid back right away. Hook up your bank account and approved expenses will get securely paid out, started automatically every night. No more waiting months for someone to write you a check or modify payroll.
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Xpenditure is an expense reporting app that automates the expense management process from receipt to accounting. Xpenditure automates the complete flow from receipt to report. Just take a pic of your receipts and you're done!
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Innovation, experience and expertise; find out why webexpenses is the right solution for your organisation. We give you the tools to make expenses management effortless and efficient – saving you time and money. Our award winning team is committed to exceeding your expectations.
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KDS is a leading international provider for business travel and expenses claims management software. Control spend, ensure compliance. And avoid rogue spend by having a single entry point for all users and approvers, with your policy fully embedded. Avoid errors, save time for your employees, optimize VAT reclaim. Managers have an online overview of their travel & expense programs for early warning on inefficiency and to identify opportunities for improvement.
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Expense reporting doesn't have to be painful. Zoho Expense is a perk for employees, managers, and finance teams. Automate travel and business expense reporting, streamline approvals, gain spend visibility and control.
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Teampay gives your organization an intuitive workflow and reporting for purchases. This adds security, accountability, and easy approval while giving employees autonomy over their purchasing process.

Latest news about Expense Management software


2019. Expense management software Zoho Expense integrated with Xero


Zoho Expense makes expense reporting easy by providing user-friendly automations such as auto-scanning of receipts, automatic report generation, and custom approval workflows. But after expense management app does its work, organization’s finance team still has to account for those expenses. To help them, Zoho Expense has joined hands with Xero. With this integration, expense reporting is a breeze. You can create expense reports, track their status with timely notifications, and understand them with analytical reports in Zoho Expense. Besides reporting your expenses, you can also prepare budgets for them, to keep your cash outflow in check. Upload your expense receipts or email them to your receipt inbox in Zoho Expense, and they will be converted into expenses automatically. You can also configure your reports to be auto-generated, and then be exported to Xero automatically.


2019. Employee expense management software Teampay raised $12M


The New York City-based expense management startup Teampay raised a $12 million series A round. eampay is giving every employee a beautiful platform to buy the goods, tools, and services they need while keeping them within defined company policy. What Teampay discovered is that while the pain point for organizations is the actual purchase of a particular good or service, what companies are really looking for is better tools to manage expenses across the board. That includes the challenges of managing spend even outside of a company’s walls. With more and more businesses hiring freelancers these days, it can be challenging to offer contingent workers access to spending power without onerous bureaucratic systems that ultimately cost more in lost salary and productivity than savings in cost management.




2017. Zoho Expense got Windows app



Zoho Expense has a new feather in its cap with the addition of Windows 10 Desktop compatibility. Users can now access expense reporting software in the cozy surroundings of Windows desktop. Zoho Expense for Windows 10 desktop comes packed with the following features: comprehensive dashboard, auto-scanning of expense receipts, multi-currency, mileage expenses, travel allowances (per diems), itemized expenses, tracking advances received, customized approvals.


2016. Travel and expense management platform Concur acquired travel search Hipmunk



Concur, the travel and expense platform that was acquired by SAP in 2014 for $8.3 billion, is today making its own acquisition: it is buying Hipmunk, the travel search startup. Hipmunk will be integrated into Concur’s platform (which currently has search already, but as a Concur user, I can attest to the fact that it’s not that great and will be very much improved by adding Hipmunk). Concur has acquired other startups to augment its functionality, including TripIt to track and share your travel plans. It’s also invested in ClearTrip.


2015. Expensify added new travel site integrations



Expense management service Expensify is taking another step toward making expense reports easier by announcing integrations with a bunch of travel-related services. So instead of forwarding travel receipts to receipts@expensify.com, users can just make their bookings in the partner service of their choice, and the information will automatically be sent to Expensify for reporting. This could save you a bit of a headache when you’re creating the expense report for a business trip, and it also addresses the issue of “leakage,” where an increasing number of people are doing their travel booking outside the standard corporate systems. Expensify’s initial travel partners include NuTravel, Egencia, Locomote, NexTravel, Uber, Priceline, Hipmunk and Rocket Trip. The company also says there are plans to add GetThere, Amadeus, Atlas Travel and Airbnb.


2015. Zoho launched expense tracking app Zoho Expense



Zoho unveiled its new app Zoho Expense that automates and simplifies expense reporting by eliminating needless data entry, speeds up report approvals, and seamlessly integrates with other business applications to increase cross-business function productivity. It promises zero data entry when creating expenses (turns receipts to data with auto scan, syncs credit card statements with a click of a button). Approving expense reports is also a cinch thanks to one-click approvals and rejections. Managers can view expense report details in one place, and they can communicate and collaborate directly from Zoho Expense, rather than through drawn-out email threads and phone calls. Zoho Expense is also integrated with Zoho Books and Zoho CRM. The service offers a monthly plan of US $15 for 10 users per month.  Mobile apps are available on iOS, Android, and Windows platforms for free.


2014. Expense management service Expensify targets Concur customers



Expense management startup Expensify is hoping to win over some new customers thanks to SAP’s acquisition of competitor Concur. To do that, it’s making it free for Concur customers to switch to its platform, and also offering a way for its competition’s users to leverage its products when submitting expenses into Concur. While it’s widely acknowledged that Concur mostly sucks, Expensify is making the argument that things are likely to get worse, just as things usually do when one big organization swallows up another. Even if that’s the case, the problem for most Concur customers is that they are under contract for some amount of time. To convince those organizations to switch over, Expensify is basically offering them its service for free for the length of their remaining Concur contracts.


2014. SAP acquires travel and expense management service Concur



SAP acquires Concur, the expense and travel management solution, for $8.3 billion. Concur has roughly 25 million users in over 150 countries. And in 2011 Concur acquired travel organizer TripIt back in 2011. With Concur in its clutches, SAP claimed it will now have 50 million cloud users. As part of the deal, Concur will help SAP develop context-aware mobile applications and SAP will start using Concur’s travel-and-expense management services. The acquisition is expected to close in the fourth quarter of this year or the first quarter of 2015.