• Corporate Credit Cards – Best Practices

    Expense reporting is here to stay, there is no escaping that. With an ever-growing scenario of corporate credit cards, it is rather necessary that you use an expense reporting software that can help you manage them better. Here are some of the best practices you must keep in mind while using corporate credit cards in your organization.

  • draft expense reports

    Draft expense reports for people always on the move

    “What I need is a way to keep adding expenses to a report which I want to submit at the end of a business trip. I don’t want to create expenses and later waste time fitting each expense to the right report.”~ Kevin Who is Kevin? Kevin is one of our German users, who travels for business more than ten days in a month. He often has multiple meetings for different projects on a single trip. The expenses incurred by him in a single day often spread across projects. Kevin’s pains Kevin prefers to stay organized and reports expenses for various projects separately. Up until now, Kevin would wait till…

  • Gmail add-on for expense reports

    Fyle’s Gmail add-on to do your expense reports

    Let us put it this way. Fyle loves Gmail. We started by building the world’s first chrome extension for reporting expenses from Gmail. Two years later, add-ons have rekindled our love for Gmail. For the uninitiated, add-ons can be used inside Gmail to automate repetitive tasks. From tracking sent emails to updating your CRM, you can find a host of apps in the GSuite Marketplace to make your life easier. While there are multiple add-ons for CRM, invoicing, and task-tracking, we found none for expense reporting. We felt it was our call to deliver something extraordinary, and we were up to the challenge. We are proud to announce that today…

  • How to Deal with Repeat Expense Policy Violators?

    Are you an accountant or admin who sieves through multiple receipts and reports to validate and approve reimbursements? Expense management is often ignored, thereby, unnecessarily burdening finance teams. Accounting and finance folks often have to take the uncomfortable step of talking to employees who do not submit their expenses or expense reports on time, or ever at all. Or worse, employees who consistently violate policies – like Alice from sales who submits her receipts and expense reports only once a quarter. What’s worse? Her reports are often receipts of varying shapes and sizes, incomplete reports, spending claims that exceed set limits, and the list goes on. This probably happens after…