Bill.com is a nice tool and when we start growing we can set up workflows. Multiple people can approve and pay bills.
Co-founder & CEO - Frame.io
We use Bill.com for account payables.
CTO - Optoro
We use Bill.com for contractors. It works OK.
Founder & CEO - Nanit
We use Bill.com is for our accounts payable, although we just started with it this week. It will manage our approval cycles and payments, and it integrates well with QuickBooks.
Co-founder & CTO - Valify
Bill.com does what it needs to do. We use it to pay contractors etc.
Co-founder & Chief Product Architect - Koding
I like Bill.com. It’s how we pay our vendors or contractors.
Founder & CEO - Peerlyst, Inc.
We use Bill.com for vendor bill pay.
Co-founder & CEO - Bold
We use the trifecta of QuickBooks, Bill.com, and Expensify. Bill.com can be a pain. But once it’s setup, it works okay, but it’s not very flexible.
Founder & CEO - Good&Co
We use Bill.com to pay some accounts.
CEO - Zumper
Bill.com is expensive for receiving money, but it’s great for paying bills. With our workflow, when we get an invoice from a vendor, we forward it through to Bill.com, and it goes to the right person to approve, automatically. It also integrates with our bank.
Founder & Head of Operations - Wheelhouse
Bill.com is used for managing all payables. What’s great is you can also send ACH payments directly through them, and they will cut the checks for your business; you don’t have to mail out invoice payments. Everything is super-easy to do: You can email your invoices to Bill.com, they automatically get loaded on the site to get approval from the appropriate manager, and they automatically go on to the payment stage.
CEO & Co-founder - Plum Print
I track freelance invoices through Bill.com, but for what it does, it seems pricey.
Editorial Director & Editor-in-Chief - ReadWrite
We use Bill.com to put out invoices, and it works well.
Co-founder - Jump Ramp Games
In addition to ADP, we'll also use Bill.com if we hire a contractor, just because it's so easy.
CEO - Canopy Apps
3%Stacklist Startups Are Using Bill.com
Larger companies have found that the tool becomes cumbersome and confusing when too many vendors are involved, making it a more popular choice among smaller startups.
Bill.com offers a free trial before asking you to commit to one of four pricing plans. Essentials: $19/user/month. Offers the basic features needed to manage payables and receivables. Team: $29/user/month. Includes custom user roles and an integration with your accounting software. Corporate: $49/user/month. Unlocks additional workflow features like custom approvals. Enterprise: Requires a quote from Bill.com. Unlocks additional integrations and access to its API
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