SAN FRANCISCO, March 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Expensify today announced that its small-business expense management application is now available through the Google Apps Marketplace™, Google's recently launched storefront for Google Apps™ products and services. The Expensify app enables users to import expense data from their credit cards, manage receipts online and create "expense reports that don't suck!" in a matter of minutes. Expensify makes a traditionally painful process fast and easy for everyone involved.
"We go where the users are and they're increasingly on Google Apps," said David Barrett, CEO of Expensify. "Adding Expensify to the Google Apps Marketplace makes sense: it's easy, it opens us up to an enormous user base and it streamlines the expense management process even further through single sign-on and universal navigation."
Expensify does "expense reports that don't suck!" by:
- Importing expenses directly from 94% of U.S. credit cards
- Creating Expensify Guaranteed eReceipts for most expenses and letting users scan the rest by email or via Expensify's iPhone, BlackBerry, Palm Pre and Android apps.
- Offering a tight QuickBooks™ integration
- Letting managers approve online and accountants reimburse employees electronically via direct deposit
- Working within expense policies that make the process of approving and reimbursing expenses easier while maintaining an accurate ledger
"We are very excited to have Expensify in the Google Apps Marketplace," said Scott McMullan, Google Apps Partner Lead for Google Enterprise. "Through the Google Apps Marketplace, software vendors like Expensify are helping us build a rich ecosystem of integrated apps that work seamlessly with Google Apps, allowing IT administrators to leverage the benefits of cloud computing and extend Google Apps to meet more of their business needs. We are happy to offer Expensify to the millions of Google Apps users who have embraced the cloud."
The Google Apps Marketplace makes it easy for more than 2 million Google Apps customers to discover, purchase and deploy integrated business applications and related professional services. By integrating with user account and application data stored in Google Apps, these cloud applications provide a simpler user experience, increase business efficiency and reduce administrative overhead. To learn more, visit www.google.com/appsmarketplace/.
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About Google Apps:
Google Apps brings simple, powerful communication and collaboration tools to organizations. With Google Apps, users can use applications such as Gmail™ webmail service, Google Talk™ instant messaging service, Google Calendar™ calendaring service, Google Docs™ program, Google Sites™ web application, and Google Video™ for business on their own domain to work together more effectively. Best of all, it's all hosted by Google, so there's no hardware or software to download, install or maintain.
Expensify does "expense reports that don't suck." If you're sick of the painful expense reporting process, Expensify is the fastest and easiest way to manage it. Expensify imports expenses and receipts from 82 percent of U.S. smartphones and 94 percent of U.S. credit cards and lets you submit everything through email and get reimbursed entirely online. With free credit card import, rich mobile apps, QuickBooks export and integrated direct deposit, Expensify is the clear choice for small business expense reporting. Founded in 2008 with an alpha product launch at TechCrunch50 that year, Expensify is headquartered in San Francisco and backed by Hillsven and Baseline. Expensify was named: a "2010 Hot Startup to Watch" by Robert Scoble; a "Global 250 Innovator and Disruptor" by AlwaysOn; the "DemoPit 2nd Place Winner" at TechCrunch50 2008. For more information, check out www.expensify.com.