Automate Expense Workflows: Integrate Your SMB’s Accounting Systems With Your Expense Reporting Software

How many systems does your small business rely on to run its financial operation smoothly? Expense reporting software, accounting systems, and bill pay systems might be a few. 

Keeping those systems in sync shouldn’t require manual work. But the file uploads and nightly syncs can feel all too familiar, since many accounting systems and expense reporting tools are built to work in a silo. But automated options exist.

Enter: activity-based syncs. Integrations that rely on activity-based syncs will immediately pick up on changes made to list data in your accounting or bill pay system.  

Integrations in Tallie’s expense report software offer the quickest path from receipt to balance sheet. Tallie is the only expense reporting solution to offer a comprehensive integration with Bill.com. It also offers integrations with Sage Intacct, QuickBooks Desktop and Online, Xero, and NetSuite. 

With its award-winning integrations, Tallie has made it easy to keep your small business’s financials in sync. 

Integrations That Sync In Real Time

An integration with activity-based syncs will record and sync data each time a change happens to list data in your accounting or bill pay system. This sync keeps everything up to date, without manual work required on your end. 

Here’s how Tallie’s activity-based sync benefits you, your small business, and and your team:

Small business leaders can more easily onboard new team members. In your accounting system, create the record for your new employee and/or vendor. When you head to Tallie, the information will be in there. Grant the employee an invite and you’re good to go. 

Employees can track client expenses as soon as your project starts. In your accounting system, input a new client project. It will immediately become available in Tallie, so that employees can track client expenses in Tallie from the get-go. When a project is completed, it will immediately be no longer available in Tallie for expense tracking. 

Your finance and accounting teams can more easily clean up your general ledger. Every once in a while, major restructuring is needed. Your integrated systems shouldn’t attempt to use deactivated or erased accounts; Tallie detects those changes and prompts you to correct issues prior to export.

Tallie Integrations Across Accounting and Bill Pay Systems

Integrations are only as strong as the tools they can integrate with. Tallie’s award-winning integrations extend to: 

How Tallie customers use integrations

Here are a few ways our customers have seen their accounting and expense management processes improve with Tallie.

“Awesome and reliable platform. Reliable integration with QBO. The support pages end users are clear and helpful.” (via G2)

“We love that it connects to Bill.com, which we use to reimburse our clients’ employees! Their QuickBooks integration is great because unlike some other systems, they import each transaction individually with vendor, account, and class data. This makes reconciling credit cards at the end of the month quite easy.” (via Capterra)

“The software is awesome and really supports a fast, electronic, seamless expense reporting process for Quickbooks.” (via Capterra)

Give Tallie and its award-winning integrations a try with our 14-day free trial.

Tallie Versus Expensify: What’s the Value of Using Tallie?

As a user of Expensify, it can feel like you’re paying too much for what amounts to a confusing, fragmented experience. 

While Expensify is a recognized brand name in expense management, its offering is rarely a productive option for small businesses looking for a straightforward, cost-effective solution. As a result, it can be hard for a small business to realize a clear return on investment.

Here’s some good news: Expense management can be streamlined and automated. It can be easy — and it can all be done with straightforward pricing. At least, that’s the case with Tallie’s expense reporting tool that one customer called “objectively excellent.”

“Tallie offers small to midsize businesses that are looking for online/mobile expense management capability at an affordable price,” says one customer on Tallie’s G2 Crowd Page. “Choose Tallie! You can’t go wrong.”

This article explains how Tallie can be an excellent alternative to Expensify for your small business. 

To see the Tallie difference for yourself, sign up for a free trial today.

What’s the Value of Using Tallie Instead of Expensify? 

Ease: An Out-Of-The-Box Solution

Other expense reporting tools may offer supplementary bells and whistles that often distract from the main solutions small businesses look for: 

  1. Automating manual workflows
  2. Reconciling credit cards
  3. Increasing visibility over your expenses
  4. Connecting seamlessly with your accounting systems

Tallie provides out-of-the-box expense management with impact. Our simple user interface supports automation, visibility, and connectivity — it’s as simple as that. 

  • Automate expense reporting. Employees can simply snap receipt images with their phone and let the system populate their expense report for them. 
  • Reconcile credit cards. Connect Tallie to your bank account for any credit card, including corporate credit cards. 
  • Expense reports that build themselves. Tallie can prepare an expense report that matches your statement cycle or automatically build reports as employees upload receipts. 
  • Panoramic view into outstanding spend. Tallie’s Administrator Overview offers visibility into the status of all expenses in the system. 
  • Award-winning accounting integrations with Bill.com, Xero, QuickBooks Online, QuickBooks Desktop/Enterprise, Sage Intacct, and NetSuite.

As one customer put it on Tallie’s G2 Crowd page: “Tallie is super easy to use and adopt. No training required, you can pretty much explore the interface and learn by using.”

Customer Success That’s “Objectively Excellent”

Questions happen, we get it. It shouldn’t be a challenge to get your questions answered, and you shouldn’t be forced to troubleshoot yourself. Without a direct phone number, Expensify customers can experience challenges in receiving proper support. 

The Tallie team is here to help when you need it; call or email us anytime. We’ve built a Help Center with dozens of articles, videos, PDF user guides, and live trainings. And you have the option to upgrade to our white-glove implementation and additional chat support and guaranteed 2-hour response times. 

Customers can even opt into enhanced service options, like letting Tallie administer your account and approve expenses on your behalf. 

But don’t take it from us. As a customer put it on Tallie’s G2 Crowd page: “The customer support at Tallie is objectively excellent if you have an issue.”

Flexible Pricing That Works for Your Business

Your business deserves clear pricing for its expense reporting tool — it doesn’t need to worry about hidden fees, surprise price hikes, or punitive charges. 

With Expensify, pricing doubles when 50% of company spend is not performed on an Expensify card. Customers report punitive charges in order to cancel subscriptions. The result can mean prices much higher than initially expected. 

At Tallie, we keep things straightforward. You don’t need to worry about doubling rules or hidden charges. Your pricing is tailored to your needs, and scales with your company. Our simple pricing tiers let you choose a plan that meets the needs of your back office — with integrations and active users that can grow alongside you.

Explore how much Tallie would cost for your small business on our pricing page.

Ready to explore how Tallie can help your business? Contact us for a demonstration or sign up for a free trial today.

Why Do I Need Expense Report Software Over Spreadsheets?

More than ever, your small business’s finance and accounting functions are strategic assets. Businesses are generating more data than they ever have before; the ability to make data-backed decisions for your business starts with finance’s ability to parse that data. 

But all too often, these functions are bogged down by manual workflows instead of spending valuable time on those strategic decisions. In fact, 49% of companies still rely on a manual expense management process.

What if we told you that it didn’t have to be this way? 

The right expense reporting software can automate your expense workflows. You’ll increase visibility and control over your expenses, as well as boost productivity thanks to the time saved. Most importantly, you’ll free finance and accounting functions to focus on the business’s big picture.

This article walks through why your expense report software is important, and the impact it can make.

Increase Visibility for Better Decision Making

Your expense reporting software should empower your finance and accounting teams to be a more strategic company resource. Automations to help track expenses, reconcile and manage credit card transactions, pull reports, and gain insights at a granular level across your company help achieve this. Best case, expense reports are just as easy to access on mobile as they are on desktop. Now, instead of pulling reports and sifting through data, finance can easily glean insights that inform business decisions. 

“In the past, organizations looked to the CFO to ensure the financials of the company were accurate. Today, with the increase of data across organizations, CFOs are looked upon to advise leaders as they plan out the strategic future of the company.”
— Adaptive Insights CFO Jim Johnson, as told to Forbes

Gain Control Over Expenses

Maintaining policy compliance and reducing the risk of fraud is a common concern for finance teams in regards to business expenses. Expenses are often submitted with missing or incorrect information, or are outside of policy. An expense management solution will help you dramatically increase your control over your data’s accuracy. The solution should have system-triggered rule settings that automatically flag out-of-policy expenses as rule violations. It should also connect directly with your ERP or accounting system (Bill.com, QuickBooks, Sage Intacct, etc.) to decrease the amount of manual work (and human error!) required.

Companies saw a 64% reduction in errors and 40% improvement in policy compliance when using an expense management solution.
— The Aberdeen Group

Boost Employee Productivity to Lower Costs

According to the Aberdeen Group, the average cost of processing a single expense report is $20.65 factoring in the time it takes for a finance team to review, approve, file and reimburse expenses. 

An expense management software can help automate your expense reporting and reduce time across the entire workflow. This is especially true with tools that focus on usability and automation, so employees can quickly enter expenses without major disruptions to their work. Be sure  your expense report software can also connect to corporate credit cards for streamlined credit card reconciliation and management.

You can reduce the cost of processing expenses by nearly 60% when implementing an expense management solution.
— The Aberdeen Group

Making Life Even Easier for Tallie Administrators

The current pandemic has made effective expense management even more critical for all organizations. Understanding the status of unapproved expenses is vital for finance teams and accountants to effectively forecast cash flow, which is essential for organizations to thrive in this challenging economic environment.

That’s why we’re excited to announce the launch of Tallie Administrator Overview, which is available immediately to all Tallie customers as part of their subscription. Tallie Administrator Overview offers a panoramic view into the status of all expenses in the system, even if they haven’t yet been submitted by end-users or approved by managers. 

The solution gives expense administrators straightforward insights into how much employees are spending, and also enables them to understand the status of every employee’s expenses, without having to switch user views. 

Not only can administrators view expenses at each stage, they will also have the ability to remind users to submit expenses, push unsubmitted reports to the approval process, or approve on the managers’ behalf. This ability reduces the potential for organizations to be caught off-guard by large unsubmitted expenses, and the overall insight that Tallie Administrator Overview provides makes it easier for administrators to have a holistic view of all outstanding employee spend, enabling more effective and efficient financial forecasting.

Key features of Tallie Administrator Overview include:

  • Remind users of pending unsubmitted reports and remind approvers to review submitted reports.
  • Submit unfinished expense reports for approval.
  • Approve expense reports on behalf of your assigned approvers
  • Easily sort through expense reports of all states with a variety of criteria, including submission date, amount and approval date.
  • Click on any user’s submitted or unsubmitted expense report to view all transactions.

We’re confident that this new solution will be a big help to all Tallie customers, both as we navigate the current financial climate and as we move forward. To learn more about Tallie Administrator Overview, create a 14-Day Free Trial today!

Reaffirming Our Commitment to Tallie Customers

When Emburse brought together six market-leading expense solutions back in January, we were committed not just to maintaining each of those solutions, but also to continuing to invest in innovation across our portfolio. 

As the global pandemic has caused major disruption to the economy, the need for organizations of all sizes to effectively track and control spend has never been more critical to their survival. With that, we’re doubling down on this commitment to bring new capabilities to Tallie even more quickly. Being part of Emburse enables us to continue this innovation, even at a time when other organizations are reducing investment in new products.


Tallie already debuted premium services and support at the end of 2019, offering rapid response turnarounds as a subscription service. Very soon, we are launching Tallie Administrator Overview – a powerful new tool that gives administrators deep insight into an organization’s outstanding expenses, enabling them to manage spend and forecast cash even more effectively.  
 

Additionally, over the course of 2020, we plan to offer even more enhancements to Tallie as we bring together the best capabilities from each of the core expense solutions across Emburse, in service to our collaborative success. This includes a launch of an expense report audit service, a travel-booking platform to prepare you for return-to-business, and continued enhancements to Tallie’s receipt processing.  We also invite you to offer us feedback on ways we can make Tallie even better. Please feel free to leave any suggestions at ideas.tallie.com.
 

Tallie is a vital part of the Emburse family and will continue to be for years to come. We’re thankful for your ongoing support as we navigate the current business environment and humanize work for our 4.5 million users around the world.

Best,
Eric Friedrichsen
CEO
Emburse

We’ll Continue to Be Here for You

At Tallie — and across Emburse — our customers are at the heart of all we do. We’ve been paying close attention to the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and remain vigilant and proactive in our approach and response. In challenging times like these, there is no higher priority than the health and safety of our employees, and minimizing impact to our customers, partners, and business. 
 

We have taken a number of precautionary measures to protect our employees in all of our locations. In addition, we have a business continuity plan in place that is designed to minimize any disruption to our business, and in particular the support we deliver for our customers and partners.
 

Fortunately, we have not experienced any business impacts or degradations to customer service due to COVID-19. As a cloud solution provider, our software is delivered through leading hosting companies, using multiple hosting locations around the world. In addition, our internal systems are all provided by top-tier SaaS vendors. Our customer service teams are located in multiple locations around the world, and we are able to conduct remote work through a variety of online communication (including phone systems) and collaboration tools. We will continue to use our tools to provide ongoing support in the event of any disruption.
 

Keeping our operations up and running is critical. We are confident in our ability to respond to the challenges that COVID-19 may present, and we will work hard to ensure that our customers and partners continue to enjoy the same high level of service and support they’ve come to expect from us. 
 

Speaking on behalf of our global team, we appreciate your trust and confidence as we navigate through this time of uncertainty together. If you have any questions, please submit them to questions@emburse.com. Any further updates will be posted on our Emburse LinkedIn page so we encourage you to follow this page. 
 

Stay healthy and safe,

Eric Friedrichsen
Chief Executive Officer

Welcome to Emburse!

Today, I’m excited to announce the launch of Emburse, a new global company which incorporates Tallie, as well as its sister solutions – Abacus, Captio, Certify, Chrome River and Nexonia.

I’m incredibly excited about this launch, and to step into the role of CEO of this amazing company. I’m honored to join our global team of passionate employees. Across our various businesses, we have some of the most talented individuals and leaders in the industry. As a unified team we are harnessing our collective strengths to deliver great outcomes for our employees, customers, and shareholders. 

Claire Milligan remains the Tallie General Manager, in charge of the day to day operations of the business. In that respect, it will be business as usual, with no disruptions. However, I’m excited about the improvements that people are already starting to see. We’re massively investing in innovation across all six solutions, and by leveraging technologies from across each solution, we can bring new products and solutions to market sooner.

As part of the Emburse family, Tallie has already been able to debut premium services and support at the end of 2019 – offering rapid response turnarounds as a subscription service. Additionally, we plan to offer enhancements to receipt processing, credit card aggregation and machine learning functions as we bring together the best capabilities from each of our brands in service of our collaborative success.

We will continue to actively support and will increase our rate of innovation on each of our six core expense solutions which are uniquely tailored for specific industries, company sizes, and geographies. Coming together, we are now also able to share key technologies – such as real-time expenses, sophisticated data capture and extraction, and deep integrations with corporate cards – across the different solutions. 

Today, more than 4.5 million business travelers, finance professionals and CFOs at over 14,000 organizations in 120 countries trust Emburse’s solutions to automate manual processes, ensure compliance and deliver deep spend insight to make smarter, more informed decisions. At Emburse, our goal is to help companies simplify and eliminate the complexity of travel, expense and invoice management so employees can focus on what matters most to them, and not the pain of time-consuming and tedious systems. We will help companies humanize work, by providing simple, intuitive and user-friendly solutions for employees, so they can save valuable time and money.

Some of you may know that the name “Emburse” isn’t entirely new. In fact, it was initially a company that provided organizations with smart, policy-based physical and virtual payment cards, which we acquired last year. When we were considering names for this new combined organization, we realized that we already have an absolutely fantastic name which works so well with all of our solutions. So it made sense for us to use this name for the entire portfolio. 

The “original” Emburse remains. Customers and card holders can continue to issue and use Emburse cards just like before. In fact, even more organizations will be able to benefit from these cards, as we integrate the capabilities across our entire portfolio of solutions. 

Last, a bit about me. I have nearly 30 years of leadership experience at some of the largest, most trusted and most well-known business software providers, including SAP, Concur, Marketo, Business Objects, and Information Builders. I live in Denver with my wife and three very active young children, who keep us very busy with their school and sporting endeavors. 

I’m thrilled to be joining a worldwide team of 750 people, working along an exceedingly talented leadership team. I’m particularly excited to work hand-in-hand in this endeavor with our president, Nord Samuelson. He has already done a fantastic job improving our operations and bringing the organizations together as one company with a singular vision to humanize work.

I hope that you share my excitement for the future. There is so much potential in this industry, and I think we’ve barely scratched the surface for what we can achieve. I hope that you will join us on this exciting ride.

Six Major Global Expense and AP Automation Brands Become One; Emburse Appoints Eric Friedrichsen as CEO

Accelerated innovation across tailored solutions to benefit over 4.5 million business travelers across 120 countries

Los Angeles and Portland, ME — JAN. 16, 2020: Six leading expense and AP automation companies have come together to form Emburse, a single unified entity, naming industry veteran Eric Friedrichsen as chief executive officer.

Emburse brings together Abacus, Captio, Certify, Chrome River, Nexonia, and Tallie, which offer tailored, highly-configurable solutions for organizations ranging from start-ups to global enterprises. The company employs 750 people worldwide, serving more than 4.5 million users at 14,000 customers in 120 countries.

“We are so much stronger as one company,” said Eric Friedrichsen, CEO of Emburse. “With significant scale and disruptive technology, we’re redefining how organizations view travel and expense management and AP automation. We will continue to actively support and will increase our rate of innovation on each of our six core expense solutions which are uniquely tailored for specific industries, company sizes, and geographies. Coming together, we are now also able to share key technologies – such as real-time expenses, sophisticated data capture and extraction, and deep integrations with corporate cards — across the different solutions. No one else in the industry has the ability to innovate as fast with such a customer-centric approach.”

He continued, “Emburse’s vision is to humanize work and automate everywhere we can, using technologies such as machine learning. This will enable organizations to make faster, smarter decisions, empower business travelers to recapture lost nights and weekends spent doing tedious expense management, and help make our users’ lives — and their businesses — better.”

Eric has spent nearly 30 years driving growth for some of the world’s largest software companies. Prior to Emburse, Eric was global head of commercial, SMB and growth markets for Marketo, a division of Adobe. Before Marketo, he was SVP and general manager for SAP’s North American mid-market and ecosystems division. Previously, he spent eight years in leadership positions at SAP Concur, in addition to roles at Business Objects and Information Builders.

“I am extremely excited to work arm-in-arm with Nord Samuelson, who has been president of the organization since May 2019, and has a deep track record of operational excellence across multiple high-growth technology organizations. Nord and the executive leadership team are some of the best in the industry and I am honored to work with them,” Friedrichsen concluded.

For more details on Emburse and its solutions, visit www.emburse.com.

About Emburse
Emburse humanizes work by empowering business travelers, finance professionals and CFOs to eliminate manual, time-consuming tasks so they can focus on what matters most.

Emburse brings together some of the world’s most powerful and trusted expense and AP automation brands, including Abacus, Captio, Certify, Chrome River, Nexonia and Tallie. The company’s innovative solutions, which are uniquely tailored for specific industries, company sizes, and geographies, are trusted by more than 4.5 million users in more than 120 countries. Over 14,000 customers, from start-ups to global enterprises, including Boot Barn, Grant Thornton, Telefónica, Lufthansa Systems, and Toyota rely on Emburse to to make faster, smarter decisions, empower business travelers to recapture lost nights and weekends spent doing tedious expense management, and help make users’ lives — and their businesses — better.

For more information on Emburse, visit emburse.com, call 877-EMBURSE, or follow the organization’s social channels at @emburse.

Key Findings of the 2019 T&E Management Trends Report

Amid all the innovations of 2019—from self-driving suitcases to flying taxis—a remarkable number of organizations today continue to use analog processes to manage travel and expense.

Almost half of the nearly 600 professionals we surveyed for the 2019 Travel and Expense Management Trends Report say their organization continues to rely on either spreadsheets, pen and paper, or homegrown systems to manage this notoriously difficult-to-control business operating cost.

This year’s report, the seventh of its kind, paints a picture of the sheer range of companies, of all sizes, that still haven’t modernized their T&E processes to fit the smartphone era. Here are some of this year’s key findings:

  1. Technological immaturity remains a barrier to effective T&E management
    The market for dedicated expense management software is rapidly growing. IDC expects the worldwide T&E management software market to reach $2.7 billion by 2022 and have a compound annual growth rate of 8.7%. Yet technological immaturity emerges as a key trend for many companies:
    • Forty-three percent (43%) of organizations surveyed are still managing expense reporting manually.
    • Forty-four percent (44%) of companies that are not intending to invest in a dedicated T&E management solution in the coming year identify the primary reason as: “our current processes work well enough.” Yet among companies that have invested in, or are planning to invest in, technology to facilitate improved T&E management, 82% identified the primary motivator as “simplifying the expense reporting process for employees.”

  2. Organizations don’t fully understand the challenges they face in manual T&E reporting
    Data from our 2019 survey suggest that many companies do not realize—or fail to fully appreciate—the inherent complexity of T&E as a business operating cost.  
    • More than half of organizations (53%) report that the biggest pain point related to expense management is “employees losing paper receipts/submitting without receipts”. Yet most automated expense management systems make it effortless for travelers to scan and submit a receipt the second they make a purchase.
    • Nearly half of organizations (46%) do not track the cost to process expense reports.
    • It takes 43% of organizations eight days or more for an expense report to be submitted, approved, and reimbursed. Only 22% companies can do it in one-to-three days.
    • Only 27% of organizations have a system that automatically flags out-of-policy expenses.

  3. Visibility is a key pain point
    Finance teams can’t effectively manage what they can’t see—and an overall lack of visibility emerged as the chief pain point for organizations who haven’t yet modernized T&E processes in 2019.
    • Nearly half (46%) of organizations report less than a 75% rate of compliance with their T&E policy, while 26% of enterprise-sized companies report they do not know what percentage of submitted expenses are T&E policy compliant.
    • Only 27% of organizations have a system that automatically flags out-of-policy expenses.
    • Thirteen percent (13%) of organizations do not have spending policy category limits in place.

  4. The positive ROI of automation
    Deploying a dedicated expense management technology solution is proving itself to be an investment that can deliver a rapid return on investment (ROI) to companies of all sizes.


Of the organizations surveyed that have invested in such a solution, 57% achieved an ROI for that investment in one year or less, and almost 70% achieved an ROI in two years or less. 

Organizations view the value offered by dedicated expense management systems through the lens of two key elements: ease of use, driven by mobile functionality. This includes features like mobile receipt capture, direct deposit via ACH, mobile report creation and approval, and automated expense report building.

Whether you’re a pioneering CFO at the vanguard of innovation, or an overwhelmed controller holding on to age-old processes, this year’s report offers valuable insight into how organizations are either transforming, or avoiding, this key business function.

Download your copy of the 2019 Travel and Expense Management Trends Report here.
Or grab the infographic if you want to see the latest trends in a more visual format.

Certify, Inc./Chrome River Acquire Emburse to Revolutionize Expense and Card Solutions

Commercial card provider becomes part of a global spend management portfolio including Abacus, Captio, Certify, Chrome River, Nexonia, and Tallie, to expand spend controls to the pre-purchase experience

PORTLAND, MAINE and LOS ANGELES, JULY 29, 2019: Certify, Inc./Chrome River, the largest independent portfolio of travel, expense and payment solutions, announces the acquisition of Emburse, a leading startup provider of virtual and physical cards for business expenses and vendor payments.

San Francisco-based Emburse offers a range of corporate card solutions that allow organizations to easily enforce travel and expense policies, while providing employees and job candidates a simple way to make purchases. These solutions, ranging from traditional plastic cards to virtual cards delivered via texts or digital wallets, give businesses deeper, real-time insight and control over corporate expenses, by allowing administrators to set granular spending parameters. Emburse has processed hundreds of millions of dollars of company spend over tens of thousands of credit cards, while doubling revenue every year.

“Joining such a prestigious portfolio of travel, expense and invoice management brands will greatly accelerate our ability to expand Emburse’s reach,” said Peter Lai, CEO at Emburse. “We share a common goal in helping organizations control employee spending and reduce expense fraud, all while providing a user-friendly and flexible solution to both frequent and infrequent card users.”

Emburse is being added to the leading portfolio of global spend management brands, which includes Abacus, Captio, Certify, Chrome River, Nexonia, and Tallie. Emburse will initially be integrated into the Abacus expense management platform, further strengthening Abacus’ capabilities in supporting real time expense reporting.

“Adding Emburse to Abacus will enable the next major step in real time expense reporting innovation by providing policy insight in advance of the purchase,” said Omar Qari, co-founder and general manager of Abacus. “This exciting new capability will continue to reduce customer liability, while improving the overall employee and interview candidate experience.”

“The acquisition of Emburse demonstrates our continued commitment to bringing valuable innovation that benefits our customers, their employees, and prospective employees, across our brands.” said Nord Samuelson, president of Certify, Inc./Chrome River.

About Emburse
Emburse alleviates major pain points experienced in all businesses by providing virtual and physical credit cards with built in spend enforcement and expense reconciliation, vastly reducing the hours required from both employees and finance departments. Cards can be restricted based on set budgets, merchant categories or individual merchant IDs, and even specific hours of the day. Major use cases include cards for corporate spending, travel, vendor payments, perk cards, and more. All services are also available via an API. Please visit www.emburse.com for more information.

About Certify, Inc./Chrome River
Certify, Inc./Chrome River is the world’s largest independent provider of travel, expense and payment solutions. The portfolio includes leading SaaS platforms Abacus, Captio, Certify, Chrome River, Nexonia, and Tallie. With innovative spend management applications such as real time expense reporting, integrated travel booking, time tracking, and accounts payable automation, the company has transformed how more than 11,000 organizations manage corporate spend. The company’s commitment to delivering a superior customer journey by creating long-term value for its customers, makes it a preferred choice of CFOs, CIOs, AP teams, travel managers and business travelers.

Customers include Anthem, Grant Thornton, Garmin, Mailchimp, Pinterest, Red Bull, Shopify, Subway, SurveyMonkey, Toyota, and Virgin Galactic.

For more information, please visit: www.abacus.com, www.certify.com, www.captio.com, www.chromeriver.com, www.nexonia.com, www.tallie.com