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Expensify Launches Expense Claim Reimbursement in Australia

PR-Inside.com: 2017-03-20 22:02:01

Expensify expands service for Australian customers by adding NAB, CBA, Westpac, and ANZ to its lineup of supported reimbursements, making it easy for companies to reimburse employees’ expense claims directly from Expensify!

Expensify Launches Expense Claim Reimbursement in Australia

Expensify
Gabriella Horowitz
press@expensify.com

Expensify, the world’s fastest-growing expense reporting software, announced today expense claim reimbursement capabilities for Australian customers. Rather than reimburse employees via payroll or cheques, Expensify customers can now issue reimbursements from Expensify, making the expense claim process easier than ever for companies of all sizes. Reimbursement will work with all major Australian banks including NAB, CBA, Westpac, and ANZ. This announcement comes during the Accounting Business Expo, Australia’s largest business and technology conference for finance and accounting professionals.

“Our vision is for expense management to happen entirely automatically, behind the scenes, without business travelers and employees wasting any time tracking receipts or even opening our app,” says David Barrett, CEO and founder of Expensify. “Offering expense claim reimbursement in Australia is a huge stride in that direction, making realtime expense reporting truly global. We’re thrilled to support reimbursement for Australian banks and will continue to refine our product to exceed the expectations of our customers.”

After opening an office in Melbourne in September 2016, Expensify has seen immense success in the country. Customers include Atlassian, Vend, Deputy, and La Trobe University, as well as thousands of Australian small businesses. Expensify integrates with all major accounting softwares including Xero and QuickBooks, and offers an award-winning partnership program, ExpensifyApproved! for accountants. ExpensifyApproved! partners receive discounts, training, and exclusive networking opportunities, including the chance to earn an invitation to ExpensiCon, an all-inclusive conference in Bora Bora for the world’s 100 most interesting leaders in the accounting and technology industries.

“Being able to reimburse employees directly from expense management software is a game-changer for the industry,” says Clayton Oates, co-founder of QA Business and accounting industry thought leader. “Expensify has removed a cumbersome step in the accounting process, another great example of how I'm seeing Expensify continuing to solve genuine customer needs with commitment and innovation.”

Check out use.expensify.com to learn more about Expensify, or reach out to sales@expensify.com to set up reimbursement.

About Expensify

Founded in 2008, Expensify has quickly become the innovation leader in automated receipt and expense management with an easy-to-use mobile and web app. With entirely automated expense claim processes and features such as patented SmartScan technology, company card management, and integrations with all major accounting softwares, Expensify has quickly grown to serve over 400,000 companies globally. Headquartered in San Francisco, Expensify opened a Melbourne office in [..] to continue better serving customers in the ANZ region.

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