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The broken approval “automation” so far
Traditional expense management softwares by design put the blame on finance teams for having complex approval processes. Although, the truth is that it was easier for these softwares to force a process change within finance teams than create something that can assist you.
Fyle is different
With Fyle, finance teams remove approvers out of the equation unless something needs their attention. This means when everything is working smoothly, approvers don’t become roadblocks and slow down your reimbursement cycle.
Reduce manual back and forth. Define your conditions for approvals of expenses within certain categories or amount or from specific employees groups. Leave the rest to Fyle.
Opening your account in the expense management tool to approve or reject expenses is the 90s way. With Fyle, make decisions on the go on your mobile app or through your inbox.
Approvals from Slack
With the Fyle for Slack app, approvers can now quickly approve incoming expense reports from within Slack itself. Or, you can navigate to the expense report in Fyle from the Slack app.
No more hunting your inbox to find the mails that need your approval. With Fyle, it’s centrally stored for whenever you’re ready to take action.
An extra hand is always useful for when you’re too busy or are on a holiday to take actions on expenses. Avoid yourself of being a blocker by easily delegating access to your peer or executive assistant.
Whenever ready, expense reports are submitted at the click of a button. Alternatively, just schedule for Fyle to automatically create an expense report and submit on your behalf at a preset date every day, week or month.
Expense approval status
No more bugging your boss or finance teams for status updates on your expense.
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