Expense Management Makes for a Great SuperChunk

Last month Tallie participated in a panel at the Sleeter Group’s Solutions13 conference. In the panel, Tallie and Bill.com were introduced to attendees as a SuperChunk, which is a collection of software solutions that seamlessly work together to mobilize and streamline the entire expense management and accounting workflow.

The word SuperChunk stems from the term “Chunkification”, which was coined by Doug Sleeter. Chunkification is the ideology that accountants of small and mid-sized companies are abandoning the “all-on-one” solutions in favor of chunks, which he defines as cloud-based applications designed for specific financial and accounting processes. While chunk businesses do provide more control for accountants, the challenge is getting each application to effectively communicate with each other to create a unified accounting system.

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Tallie and Bill.com recognized as collection of software solutions that seamlessly work together to mobilize and streamline the expense management workflow.

 The common approach to software integration is to outsource the data transfer process to third party providers. The result is typically a manually triggered one-directional push of data into default fields. This approach completely misses the mark in building true automation. In order to effectively streamline the expense management process, Tallie engineers worked directly with Bill.com to provide bi-directional data synchronization. The result is a truly automated workflow from point of purchase all the way through reimbursement and why Tallie is the preferred and only expense management solution to connect with Bill.com.

Tallie’s deep integration with Bill.com is setting a higher standard and expectation for the future of accounting software integrations. Bi-directional synchronization will soon become the norm and software companies will be required to abandon the outdated third party method. This is a big win for the accounting community.

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