Automatic extraction of receipts in your Outlook mailbox with policy checks ensure you always report compliant expenses.
Extract expense information from the receipts you receive in your mail. Just click on Fyle and it is reported.
We don’t read your emails. Open an email and click on Fyle, only then does the extraction start.
Check for compliance and duplicate expenses before submitting an expense from your mailbox.
Report expenses within Outlook with just one-click
Check policy violations for all expenses before submissions
Detect duplicates on the go
Any support requests I’ve submitted have
been met with a sense of urgency and tackled
in an extremely timely manner. Very
impressed with this team!
Very simple and easy to use interface. We can
have different entities under one umbrella.
Easy to use internationally. No more old style paper
reports and receipts. Everything is combined. The
cost for the application is very reasonable.
All travel related expenses in one platform. Easier
to monitor and keep track of expenses.
It’s a well-thought-of product that covers a few
alternatives for me to submit my expenses.
While using it for my current company, I thought of
how it would have benefited me in my previous ones
Why log into a portal? Complete all tasks from tracking to reporting expenses and trips right from your mailbox.
For every expense based on the vendor, Fyle automatically categorises the expense.
Just type in the password and Fyle will extract data from the password protected pdf in your mail.
Configure expense fields and make them mandatory or optional depending on the employee departments, levels, and grades.
Spend too much at Taco Bell? Just set up Fyle magic email and we will report every time you receive a bill on your mail.
Ensure your bills don't violate any company policies and detect duplication of bills before submission.
The Outlook plugin doesn't access your email without permission. It works the magic only when you open a mail and click on "Fyle".
What are the first three things you would expect a startup to do after raising a round of funds? Well, we know expense management isn't one of them