Tallie 12.3 Time & Expense Tracking Software Release Notes

The main focus for this release has been beginning our iterative improvements to reduce user friction and fixing bugs in both time and expense products. Read on for more details!

New Help Icon in the Upper-right Corner

We strive to make Tallie an intuitive, easy-to-use product, but occasionally there are certain features, best practices and frequent asked questions that require a little bit more of an explanation. Our knowledge base houses all of the above and more.

Tallie Time & Expense Tracking Software - Help

Access the knowledge base article for the page you’re viewing by clicking the Help icon.

To make these helpful resources more accessible, we added a Help icon in the upper-right corner of every Tallie page in addition to the existing Help link in the user menu. Clicking on either one will take you directly to the support article of the page you’re currently viewing.

Additional Enhancements & Fixes

  • New Currency: Kuwaiti Dinar (KWD)
  • Added support for time export to QuickBooks Online Essentials
  • Fixed emailed receipts remain in processing in multi-enterprise accounts
  • Fixed the issue where the option to assign Approve permission is unavailable in Mass Update
  • Fixed the erroneous, benign error “Sync could not be completed” during the initial syncs with QuickBooks Desktop
  • Fixed the instance of reports being stuck in Queued when re-exporting corporate card transactions to a bank account

 

We look forward to hearing how these upgrades have made managing your time and expenses even easier. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out to our Product Expert team at support@usetallie.com or by calling 888-874-1118 Ext 2.

Tallie Expense Reports – October Webinars

Throughout the month of October, we will be conducting free weekly webinars on several subjects to make sure you get the most out of our expense reports software.

These webinars provide free training for employees, managers, and accountants alike. Lasting between 15 and 30 minutes, each webinar is filled with information ranging from product guidance to live Q&A with Tallie Product Experts.

Register for a free October webinar below!

TALLIE USER TRAINING

  1. Run through the creation of a Tallie expense reports.
  2. Share the tips and tricks to create your expense report in a few minutes.
  3. Answer any and every Tallie question you might possibly have.

Register:

Tuesday, October 3rd, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

Tuesday, October 10th, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

Tuesday, October 17th, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST **SPECIAL: How To Use Tallie Android & iOS Apps**

Tuesday, October 24th, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

Tuesday, October 31st, 8:30 -9:00 AM PST

ADMINISTRATOR TRAINING

  1. Walk through how to create custom policies and approval levels within Tallie.
  2. Show how Tallie streamlines your expense reporting workflow with multi-point data export and real time integration.
  3. Answer any and every Tallie question you have.

Register:

Thursday, October 5th, 8:30 -9:00 AM PST

Thursday, October 26th, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

CORPORATE CREDIT CARD TRAINING

  1. Walk through the corporate credit transaction management within Tallie.
  2. Show the three types of credit card connections in Tallie.
  3. Answer any and every Tallie question you have.

Register:

Thursday, October 12th, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

ACCOUNTANT TRAINING

  1. Run through a variety of expense tracking features that you may utilize in Tallie.
  2. Review customization and options of your account’s configuration.
  3. Show how Tallie streamlines your accounting workflow with 1-click multi-point export and real time integration.
  4. Answer any and every Tallie question you have.

Register:

Thursday, October 19th, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

If you have any questions about Tallie’s expense reports software between now and your chosen training webinar, please don’t hesitate to contact our Product Expert Team directly at support@usetallie.com or 888-874-1118 Ext 2. We hope to see you there!

Top Trends in FinTech: 2017 and Beyond

While banks, insurers and investment managers may have been slow to adopt advanced systems to support and streamline processes in the past, fintech is now taking the world by storm. In fact, the PwC Global FinTech Report 2017 noted that investments in fintech will continue to increase over the next three to five years, as financial service providers cement partnerships with technology vendors.

Fintech offers considerable benefits for organizations in this industry – according to the report, companies working on fintech projects can expect to see a 20 percent return on investment on average.

As fintech continues to garner interest and become a more pressing part of financial service providers’ critical infrastructure, decision-makers must stay ahead of the curve and select the solutions that will offer the most value for their organizations. Top-trending solutions provide a jumping off point, showing executives the potential these systems can have for their internal and customer-facing processes.

Which fintech solutions should financial service providers consider first? Let’s take a look at the top trends for this year, and beyond:

1) Wider Acceptance of Fintech Solutions

The banking and financial service sector has historically hesitated when it comes to new technologies due to the industry’s needs for high-level security and data privacy. As a result, fintech options floundered in the past, as execs struggled with the best ways to balance security and compliance needs alongside new technological capabilities.

The situation has changed drastically recently, however, as more financial firms are seeking out advanced fintech solutions to address their most pressing industry pain points. While there are still important considerations to make with the implementation of innovative platforms and systems, the days of hesitation toward new technology are nearing an end.

“A large number of our clients are taking aggressive action to determine how they can use these technologies within their ecosystems,” noted Dilip Krishna, Deloitte & Touche LLP managing director and head of innovation. “They’re acting as venture capitalists and investing in their internal projects to see what specific problems these technologies can solve.”

2) Blockchain Becomes More Popular

Digital currencies initially threatened financial service providers, but recent months have seen more acceptance, especially given the rise of blockchain technology. Chargebacks911 explained that this technology comes as an alternative to the traditional transaction method of ACH clearing, and includes an accessible digital ledger to keep track of payments in real-time. In this way, transaction delays can be eliminated and overall use of digital currency can be streamlined for both banks and consumers.

Currently, more financial institutions are exploring the use of blockchain, and experts predict it will only gain popularity as a more efficient means of transactional record-keeping.

Mobile devices add efficiency.Mobile devices add efficiency.

3) Mobile Capabilities Help Level the Playing Field

The ability to use a mobile device to get work done on the go is a growing demand in every industry, and the financial service sector is no different. Fortune contributor Chirag Kulkarni noted that mobility is helping organizations enhance their customer focus, and is improving market competition for older financial service providers as they look to become more modern.

What’s more, support for mobile capabilities hasn’t just been a boon for banking customers – financial service providers have also found success with employee mobility, especially for workers that travel or operate from outside the office. The ability to leverage a mobile device helps ensure collaboration and productivity, and will continue to be an essential capability for financial service staff in the future.

4) Increasing Interest in Automation

An increase in automated processes has been seen across nearly every industry, and fintech is also riding this wave. Automation helps cut down on manual processes, improving efficiency while helping to cut down on human error. Automation, especially as it relates to transaction processing, will continue to be a top focus in financial service technology.

Leveraging Fintech Trends: Mobility and Automation

Financial service providers seeking ways to incorporate these trends within their businesses should consider all of their available options. Mobility and automation are especially key, and an expense reporting solution that supports both can provide a win-win for organizations and their employees.

An industry-leading expense reporting solution enables employees to track and submit expenses via their mobile devices, reducing the potential for lost receipts and unrecorded spending. In addition, such technology provides the best visibility for managers while supporting automated receipt processes and credit card transaction matching.

To see how an expense reporting solution could benefit your organization, contact Tallie for a free trial.

3 Surprising Ways Nonprofits Can Reduce Their Environmental Footprint

Going green has been a top priority in the corporate and nonprofit communities for years now, and it isn’t hard to understand why. Efforts to reduce an organization’s environmental footprint aren’t just beneficial for the planet — they reduce operating costs, boost the group’s mission-driven integrity, and attract and retain top-notch employees and volunteers, according to NeighborWorks America.

These initiatives are especially pressing for nonprofits. Every resource must be tracked and accounted for, and ensuring nothing goes to waste is incredibly important.
Chances are good that your nonprofit may already have a few projects in place to support its green efforts. Let’s take a look at some of the more surprising ways your organization can reduce its environmental impact:

1) Motivate Employees to Participate

Nowadays, it simply isn’t enough to put a recycling bin in the corner and hope for the best. Nonprofits must make additional efforts to ensure that the green initiatives they’ve put in place are being adopted by workers and that these changes will be baked into the organizational culture.

One way to shift practices to greener pastures is by motivating employees with friendly competition, rewards, or recognition. Departments can compete to see who recycles the most materials each week or who saves the most energy overall. This type of event will put sustainability efforts front and center within your organization and ensure that these plans receive the attention they deserve. What’s more, a contest is something simple to put together that can go a long way toward underscoring green initiatives while shifting organizational culture in the right direction.

Employee participation is important in the nonprofit field.Employee participation is important in the nonprofit field.

2) Ensure Building Sustainability

When considering use of resources, it’s important to factor in the organization’s use of space. According to New York’s Concordia College, a recent study found that nonprofit groups are leaders when it comes to use of environmentally friendly buildings. This includes designing and constructing structures with lower-than-usual environmental impact, or retrofitting older spaces to make them more efficient.

This being said, there is still work to be done in this realm. If your organization is located within an older building, it might be time to examine the structure’s inner systems to ensure that things like heating, cooling, electricity, and other utilities use takes place in the most efficient way. Retrofitting or replacing systems may be necessary, and while this does require an up-front investment, the payoffs in terms of efficiency and environmental impact are more than worth it.

It’s also worth it to consider how space and resources are shared. Concordia College noted that it’s now more common for nonprofit employees to share office space and other resources like IT assets to enhance collaboration and reduce environmental impact.

3) Improve the Efficiency of Travel

Travel is often overlooked during sustainability efforts, but it’s an area that is typically ripe for improvement. Because even local travel can consume considerable resources, it’s critical to consider things like commuting as well as the efficiency enhancements that can be made with longer trips.

Establishing a company carpool reduces emissions and creates stronger bonds between co-workers. In addition, encouraging employees to use mass transit through pre-tax benefit programs saves money and reduces environmental impact.

Reducing paper use is something your organization may already be doing, but chances are good that these efforts may not extend to travel. Using a mobile-friendly, paperless expense reporting solution cuts down considerably on the paper collateral needed for expense reporting. With such technology on the side of your nonprofit, employees can easily submit expenses without needing to hang on to paper receipts. Best of all, managers can review and approve reports through the software’s streamlined interface, without having to wade through physical paper reports.

The Paperless Project found that the average office worker uses an average of 10,000 sheets of paper each year, and as much as 45 percent of these printed sheets end up in the trash. Eliminating needless paper is a critical part of improving sustainability, and can significantly enhance efficiency and working processes for employees.

Why Volunteers Need a Mobile Expense Reporting Solution

Church members are incredibly important to any religious organization, and when these individuals volunteer to spread the message and mission of the church, it brings even more value to the organization as a whole.

Today, most volunteers are associated with religious organizations — according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 62 million people volunteered between 2014 and 2015, and over 33 percent of these volunteers spent their hours with a church or other type of religious institution.

As church volunteer groups grow, it’s important that organizational leaders and those managing outreach programs and other services keep the needs of their volunteers in mind. Members who spend their own time for the good of the church and the community have certain needs to enable them to continue their work, and a chief requirement here has to do with spending.

They Need an Easy Way to Keep Track of Spending
No matter what type of activity volunteers are engaged in, chances are good that they will have certain expenditures. This is especially true when volunteers are engaged in mission trips, but even events taking place inside the church come with necessary spending — after all, snacks, supplies, and other items have to come from somewhere.

Some spending will be funded by current donations, while other expenditures may be taken care of by volunteers out of their own pocket, when the situation calls for it. No matter how spending takes place, it must be tracked — donations must be accounted for and churches need to keep records of their expenditures for tax purposes.

Providing volunteers with a mobile expense solution is one of the easiest ways to keep track of each and every transaction. In this way, volunteers and church leaders can record spending as it happens, verifying that not a single donated dollar goes unaccounted for.

They’re Always on the Go, and They Don’t Have Time to Hassle with Receipts
Whether on the church’s campus or out and about in the community, volunteers are skilled at taking their mission wherever they go. In the past, church members may have been responsible for hanging onto their own receipts as a method of tracking spending, then either submitting these to a church leader or inputting them into a spreadsheet or expense reporting system themselves.

Technology has come a long way since then, though. A mobile expense reporting solution puts an end to messy expense reporting processes for volunteers, and it can really streamline things on the go. Now, volunteers need not walk around with their pockets full of crumpled receipts — they can quickly snap a photo of their receipts and input them into the expense reporting solution right from their mobile device.

This translates to the best visibility of spending for church leaders and eliminates the problem of lost receipts. With a mobile solution on their side, volunteers can focus more on the activity at hand and worry less about remembering to keep receipts and input expenses by hand.

No matter what type of activity volunteers are engaged in, chances are good that they will have certain expenditures.

No matter what type of activity volunteers are engaged in, chances are good that they will have certain expenditures.

They Require Quick Reimbursement
Typically a church’s efforts are funded by donations, but sometimes an expense might come up that must be covered. Volunteers are often happy to reach into their own pockets for the good of their organization, but they also expect reimbursement, and making them wait for resolution isn’t ideal for anyone.

A mobile expense reporting solution isn’t just handy for volunteers, but it can simplify the process of reimbursement for church leaders as well. Expenses can quickly be looked over and approved, cutting down delays in the reimbursement process and ensuring volunteers are always supported.

Arm Volunteers with Mobile Expense Reporting: It Makes Your Life Easier!
Mobile expense reporting provides numerous advantages — not just for church member volunteers but for ministry leaders as well. In addition to streamlining overall reporting and eliminating disorganized and lost receipts, investing in mobile expense reporting technology can help free up extra capital for the organization.

“Church expenses can be unpredictable,” MinistryTech noted. “Platforms that connect to mobile apps allow you to access funds and approve requests from any smartphone or computer, whether you’re doing outreach work in the next town or the next state over. The increased visibility can actually make spending more efficient and save money for your church.”

To find out more about the good a mobile expense reporting solution could do for your church, contact us for a free trial today.

Tallie Expense Management Software – September Webinars

Throughout the month of September, we will be conducting free weekly webinars on several subjects to make sure you get the most out of our expense management software.

These webinars provide free training for employees, managers, and accountants alike. Lasting between 15 and 30 minutes, each webinar is filled with information ranging from product guidance to live Q&A with Tallie Product Experts.

Register for a free September webinar below!

TALLIE USER TRAINING

  1. Run through the creation of a Tallie expense reports.
  2. Share the tips and tricks to create your expense report in a few minutes.
  3. Answer any and every Tallie question you might possibly have.

Register:

Tuesday, September 5, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

Tuesday, September 12, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST **SPECIAL: How To Use Tallie Android & iOS Apps**

Tuesday, September 19, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

Tuesday, September 26, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

ADMINISTRATOR TRAINING

  1. Walk through how to create custom policies and approval levels within Tallie.
  2. Show how Tallie streamlines your expense reporting workflow with multi-point data export and bi-directional accounting system integration.
  3. Answer any and every Tallie question you have.

Register:

Thursday, September 7, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

Thursday, September 21, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

CORPORATE CREDIT CARD TRAINING

  1. Walk through the corporate credit card reporting within Tallie.
  2. Show the three types of credit card connections in Tallie.
  3. Answer any and every Tallie question you have.

Register:

Thursday, September 14, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

ACCOUNTANT TRAINING

  1. Run through a variety of expense tracking features that you may utilize in Tallie.
  2. Review customization and options of your account’s configuration.
  3. Show how Tallie streamlines your accounting workflow with 1-click multi-point export and bi-directional accounting system integration.
  4. Answer any and every Tallie question you have.

Register:

Thursday, September 28, 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

If you have any questions about Tallie’s expense management software between now and your chosen training webinar, please don’t hesitate to contact our Product Expert Team directly at support@usetallie.com or 888-874-1118 Ext 2. We hope to see you there!

Tallie 12.2 Expense Report Software Release Notes

In the last few weeks, we’ve been focusing on improving the performance of our brand new time product as well as addressing high priority issues. In addition, we’re officially releasing one of our most popular beta features, Executive Assistant. Read on for more details!

Executive Assistant is now out of Beta

If there is an administrative assistant at your company who manages expense entry, coding, matching and/or submission, this feature is for you!

You can now enable the Executive Assistant functionality from the Features page in Tallie settings. Once Executive Assistant is enabled, an individual user can be given the “Access/Manage Other Accounts” permission. From there, you may assign the user a specific subset of permissions for management of others’ accounts.

Tallie Expense Report Software - Executive Assistant

Executive Assistants are able to manage specific tasks without receiving full access to the admin account.

Executive assistants are able to switch between profiles easily without needing to sign out of their personal Tallie account.

Tallie Expense Report Software - Executive Assistant

Executive Assistants can switch profiles easily in the user settings menu.

We’ve collected valuable feedback in the beta phase and fine tuned the feature in order to prepare it for wide release. Thank you to all who participated in the beta program!

Sort and Filter in Tallie Time

The sort and filter for the time product shares the same basic idea as that for expenses, with the addition of dimensions. Depending on your accounting system and company settings, the availability of certain dimensions in the sort and filter menu may vary.

Tallie Expense Report Software - Sort and Filter

To activate sort and filter, simply click Sort Time Entries By and select an option to narrow your list of time entries. Depending on your selection, you can filter the results even further, such as switching between ascending and descending order or choosing to view all time entries submitted within a specific date range.

Tallie Expense Report Software - Sort by submitted date

In addition to the Time Entry page, the sort and filter feature is also available on Approval and Export pages, giving approvers and exporters more control over how the time entries are presented to them.

Tallie Expense Report Software - Approval page sort and filter

The sort and filter functionality is available on Time Entry, Approval and Export pages.

Product Enhancements & Bug Fixes

  • Time rejection email now includes rejection reason
  • Fixed Time Entry page not loading in Safari: For optimized results in Tallie Time, please continue using Chrome during the beta phase.
  • Fixed the issue where Executive Assistant’s active dates are not honored
  • Fixed the issue where Executive Assistant settings show “Track Time” in expense-only enterprises
  • Made sure we handle processing of non-standard PDF files more gracefully so they don’t slow down general receipt processing speeds
  • Made sure we only validate for projects and classes when exporting to QuickBooks
  • Made sure auto-import for credit card statement upload skips payments
  • Fixed the issue where Approver tab is missing in newly-created resold accounts

We look forward to hearing how these upgrades have made managing your time and expenses even easier. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out to our Product Expert team at support@usetallie.com or by calling 888-874-1118 Ext 2.

Tallie Introduces New Client Onboarding Automation

Onboarding new clients just got easier with new Tallie profile presets.

Tallie today announced a new feature to simplify the task of onboarding new clients for its accounting firm partners. Adding new clients can be an unnecessarily repetitive task, especially for accounting firms transitioning their clients from inherited systems to firm-managed standardized systems. Now, Tallie’s accounting firm partners can save time by storing the settings for an existing client to use as a template for future clients with similar business models and needs. These stored profile presets can then be applied when onboarding new clients.

Review of accounting firm partner processes inspired the new functionality. As accounting firms shift from a traditional time and materials billing process to flat rates and basic service offerings, standardization and automation are keys to profitability.  

“The accounting industry is rapidly changing its business model,” says Claire Milligan, Director of User Experience at Tallie. “Rather than replacing the traditional accountant, we believe Tallie is the technology business partner that will enable firms to evolve, expand profits, and develop new relationships with their clients.”

The new functionality complements an already robust reseller management portal that Tallie created for accounting firm partners to streamline billing, usage data, and access for client accounts all under one accountant login.

“Tallie is committed to helping our partners set the standard for the future of the accounting industry,” says Claire Milligan. “With consultation from clients, partners, and industry leaders, we consistently build tools that empower our partners to offer better, faster, more profitable expense management as a part of an outsourced accounting product.”

About Tallie

Tallie expense report software simplifies the entire expense management process. From point of purchase to accounting and reimbursement, Tallie eliminates busy work using real-time integration with leading accounting and bill pay solutions, including QuickBooks Online, QuickBooks Desktop, Xero, Intacct, and Bill.com. Recently, Tallie joined forces with Nexonia, Certify, and ExpenseWatch to form the largest independent expense management company in the world. For more information about Tallie, please visit www.tallie.com.  

Understanding and Streamlining the Transition to Outsourced Accounting

Businesses have recently discovered an array of advantages when they outsource critical accounting functions to an external team. This change makes perfect sense, especially when one considers the advanced software and technological assets that make it possible.

However, the transition hasn’t been easy for everyone. In fact, several complications can come up, particularly for the accounting firms providing these outsourced functions. Thankfully, the release of a new feature is helping to streamline this process, making the shift to outsourced accounting more efficient and successful.

Growing Demands for Outsourced Accounting

Outsourced accounting is no longer a trend. It’s a fact on the ground. For years, the enterprise community has demanded that external experts take on bookkeeping responsibilities.

Currently, the global bookkeeping market generates $74 billion in annual revenues, and is experiencing more than 5 percent annual growth. As more businesses continue to outsource their accounting needs, this market will only continue to expand.

What’s Driving This Transition?

It isn’t difficult to understand the advantages of outsourced accounting. When companies shift this responsibility to a team of external experts, staff members have more time to focus on other mission-critical tasks. But time saving isn’t the only motivation for businesses to outsource accounting services:

– Capital Savings: This type of service can bring a pay-as-you-go nature to a company’s accounting needs, enabling an organization to lean on the knowledge of outsourced accountants when they need it most. This helps reduce overall accounting costs, saving considerable financial capital.

Even organizations with full-time outsourced accountant partnerships save significantly. More often than not, the price of outsourced services is notably less than what it would cost to recruit and hire an internal accounting team.

– Impartial, Expert Advice: An outsourced team can also provide unbiased guidance to business leaders when they need it most. This type of advice can prove particularly valuable as a company expands.

“Experienced accountants have seen many businesses grow and scale,” inDinero contributor Jonathan Grabis wrote. “This means they can provide comparative and critical analysis and are familiar with what you should prepare for, how to make smarter spending choices, and which financial solutions will be the best fit for your business model.”

– Access to Advanced Technology: Leveraging the services of an outsourced accounting firm also means companies have access to the latest financial tech without having to invest in purchasing these systems themselves.

Streamlining the Onboarding Process

Technology represents a cornerstone of today’s accounting industry, but these systems can also create sticking points that complicate a company’s transition to outsourced accounting.

This is especially true during the onboarding process. In the past, accounting firms have had to manually tailor their software solutions to align capabilities with each client’s specific needs. This was a complex activity that required an experienced hand, and also increased the time it took to onboard clients and begin accounting work.

Thankfully, this critical pain point is now being addressed. Tallie’s newest release includes a feature that streamlines the software customization process, enabling accounting firms to more quickly onboard new clients transitioning from older systems to firm-managed, standardized platforms.

Tallie’s Affiliate Templates allow accounting firms to create special standardized versions for client processes and workflows. In this way, client needs can be organized into specific tiers, and when a new client comes on board, the firm is able to auto-provision an account that aligns with a selected template. This makes the onboarding process much more efficient, and significantly reduces the time it takes to set up a new client. Thanks to Affiliate Templates, it now takes only minutes to transition new clients to the accounting firms’ standardized system.

To find out more about this feature and how it can streamline the transition to outsourced accounting for your clients, contact us today.

Tallie Expense Management – August Webinar Schedule

Throughout the month of August, we are conducting free weekly webinars on a range of subjects to ensure you get the most out of our expense management software.

These webinars provide free training for employees, managers, and accountants alike. Lasting between 15 and 30 minutes, each webinar is loaded with information ranging from product guidance to live Q&A with Tallie Product Experts.

Register for a free August webinar below!

TALLIE USER TRAINING

  1. Run through the creation of a Tallie expense reports.
  2. Share the tips and tricks to create your expense report in a few minutes.
  3. Answer any and every Tallie question you might possibly have.

Register:

Tuesday August 1st 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

Tuesday August 8th 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

Tuesday August 15th 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST **SPECIAL: How To Use Tallie Android & iOS Apps**

Tuesday August 22nd 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

Tuesday August 29th 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

ADMINISTRATOR TRAINING

  1. Walk through how to create custom policies and approval levels within Tallie.
  2. Show how Tallie streamlines your expense reporting workflow with multi-point data export and bi-directional accounting system integration.
  3. Answer any and every Tallie question you have.

Register:

Thursday August 10th 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

Thursday August 24th 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

CORPORATE CREDIT CARD TRAINING

  1. Walk through the corporate credit card management within Tallie.
  2. Show the three types of credit card connections in Tallie.
  3. Answer any and every Tallie question you have.

Register:

Thursday August 17th 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

ACCOUNTANT TRAINING

  1. Run through a variety of expense tracking features that you may utilize in Tallie.
  2. Review customization and options of your account’s configuration.
  3. Show how Tallie streamlines your accounting workflow with 1-click multi-point export and bi-directional accounting system integration.
  4. Answer any and every Tallie question you have.

Register:

Thursday August 3rd 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

Thursday August 31st 8:30 – 9:00 AM PST

If you have any questions about Tallie’s expense management software between now and your chosen training webinar, please don’t hesitate to contact our Product Expert Team directly at support@usetallie.com or 888-874-1118 Ext 2. We hope to see you there!

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