Xero is awesome and it connects to bill.com which we also use. In addition, we have Expensify and bank accounts and it’s awesome to have everything be there in Xero. One tricky thing with our business is that we make a physical good, we don’t buy finished goods. We buy individual components like pumps and glass which makes for more complex supply chain and accounting needs, so we don’t use Xero for that inventory piece from a manufacturing perspective.
Co-founder & CEO - Pinrose
I don’t like Expensify. The UX is really confusing and they do a horrible job with the navigation.
Co-founder & CEO - Frame.io
We use Abacus for expense reimbursement. The only issue with them is that their website does not have the most consistent behavior, but otherwise we are very happy. They have the best OCR availability of all of the other tools out there. We have tried Expensify and Tally but they don’t compare.
Co-founder & CEO - StrongDM
Expensify is really simple when you are a small organization but I can see that with a longer approval chain it can get complicated. It will be interesting to see how it scales up.
COO - Wearable X
Expensify is a great tool.
Founder & CEO - Glass-U
Expensify is great for expense reimbursements. It takes a bit of time to get used to for the first time but our employees find it to be intuitive. The only downside is that it takes quite a while for the reimbursements to be deposited to your bank.
Controller - Polymaze
Expensify is how our employees fill expense reports.
CTO - Optoro
Expensify helps us process reimbursements and keep track of accrued expenses.
VP of Market Expansion - LaunchCode
Expensify is great--it makes it easy to track payroll.
VP of Market Expansion - LaunchCode
I am pretty happy with Expensify. They have really great integrations.
Founder & CEO - Nanit
Expensify integrates with Xero and they have a mobile app that lets me easily capture receipts. It’s not the cheapest tool, but it saves hours a month so I don’t have to look for and organize receipts. It’s worth it for the time it saves. We’ve looked at Concur and it was a bit clunky. I also didn’t really like anything QuickBooks did.
Co-founder & CEO - Beamery
We use Expensify for all of our business expenses. We use it also for internal approvals. It makes the process automated.
VP Marketing - Moogsoft
We like Expensify a lot. The main issue with them is that ACH transfers can take up to 7-10 days, which is frustrating. But apart from that, it works well.
Founder & CEO - Gigwell
We use Maxwell Health for health benefits administration, Expensify to track our expenses, and Intacct as our ERP. All of them feel like they were written a while ago, and their usability is clunky. With that being said, we have some complexities, like managing a remote developer team outside of the United States, and these platforms allow us to manage a complex corporate structure.
Founder & CEO - Wizeline
We use Expensify for expenses.
Marketing Manager - Shippo
We use the trifecta of QuickBooks, Bill.com, and Expensify. Expensify is awesome!
Founder & CEO - Good&Co
We use Expensify, combined with QuickBooks, and the two are more than enough to cover our accounting needs.
Co-founder & CEO - Townsquared
I’ve used Expensify for business trips, and it’s been really useful for keeping track of all of my expenses.
Co-founder & Co-director - Boomtown Accelerator
Expensify was a pain to set up. They made it so hard to set up direct deposit to employees’ accounts, and people were signing in and creating new accounts somewhere. It was totally bizarre. But once it’s setup, it’s fine. One huge complaint is that they only have instant message/chat customer service. They don’t have a customer service number to call!
Founder & CEO - Creative Business Inc.
We use Expensify to keep track of employee expenses.
CEO - Zumper
We use Expensify for expenses, and we patch it together with Xero. I like Expensify’s ability to take pictures of receipts and assign policies to different people in the organization. The app is amazing, and it suits our needs well.
Co-founder & CEO - Truman James
This is a great tool for expenses.
Founder & CEO - Venwise
We use Expensify for expenses, and I really like it.
Head of Finance - Dots
Aesthetically, Expensify is one of the the worst-looking tools, but its killer feature is that it creates IRS-ready receipts for me for any expense under $75. It will actually create the receipt for me if I lose the first one, and almost 3/4ths of those expenses are under $75 anyway. Expensify is also great because I reimburse my employees for benefits, and it's super compliant. Plus, Expensify integrates with Freshbooks and Quickbooks.
Owner - Flow Simple
We’re not using a company-wide accounting tool now, but I personally use Expensify to track my expenses, as it makes it really easy to create corporate expense reports and track receipts.
CTO, COO - Parrable
They are great, but not worth paying for in a small organization.
CEO - DeansList
6%Stacklist Startups Are Using Expensify
Expensify focuses only on expense management, so it’s used (often as a supplemental tool) by companies of all sizes--from sole proprietors to enterprise groups--who need to fill that specific purpose. That said, it doesn’t have the same business intelligence features that other, more complex expense tracking services have.
Expensify has two different pricing plans: the Team plan costs $5/month per user, and offers basic features like expense approvals and integrations with QuickBooks and Xero. The Corporate plan costs $9/month for each user, and offers advanced features like multi-stage approvals, advanced policy enforcement and integrations with Intacct, Dynamics and many others. Expensify also offers custom plans for larger companies. Call to request a quote.
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