Expensify

Expensify Competitors and Alternatives

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Score 8.3 out of 100

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Best Expensify Alternatives for Small Businesses

Zoho Invoice is a cloud-based invoicing solution designed to help small businesses with invoicing, tracking expenses, and accepting online payments. Key features include project billing, time tracking, reporting, customizable templates, and a client portaI. Teams using Zoho Invoice can track estimates, convert them to invoices, and send reminders to clients to complete their outstanding payments. Additionally, users can create tasks, collect advance payments for projects, and keep track of their…

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Divvy

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Score 8.9 out of 100

Acquired by Bill.com in May 2021, Divvy offers their expense management application and corporate credit card service, supporting virtual card functionality and pre-allocated budget, expense tracking and receipt retention, automatic fraud detection, and real-time spend tracking.

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Xero

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Score 8.7 out of 100

Xero is an online accounting software product for small businesses and personal finance. Its features beyond general ledger and double-bookkeeping include quotable invoicing, bank reconciliation, purchase order and expense management, and tax management. Third party apps can extend its features further.

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  • Payroll Management
  • Reporting & Analytics

Harvest

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Score 8.5 out of 100

Harvest is an expense management, time tracking, and budgeting tool from Harvest in New York. It supports many accounting solutions as an add-on (e.g. Quickbooks, Xero), or it can function in a standalone fashion for some small businesses that have simple expense tracking and also invoicing needs. It's time tracking feature is its core, though it also automates invoices, with estimates, integration with commonly used gateways (e.g. Paypal), multiple currency support, automated reminders, and…

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Tallie is an expense reporting tool that integrates with other billing or accounting platforms (e.g. bill.com, Quickbooks, etc.) to present an expense management solution. It was supported by Certify since the 2017 merger with that company and Nexonia under the new company Certify Travel and Expense, and is now from Emburse, the company formed from the merger of Certify and Chrome River Technologies in March 2019.

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BQE Core

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Score 8.1 out of 100

BQE Core is a business management solution built specifically for professional service firms. According to the vendor, BQE Core is a combination of a billing assistant, project management, and accounting solution. The vendor’s value proposition is that Core does the hard work for you, delivering the actionable insights you need directly to your dashboards or your inbox. BQE Core replaces the products Engineeroffice, Archioffice, and BillQuick; the functionality of these applications is now…

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  • Security
  • Payroll Management
  • General Ledger and Configurable Accounting

Best Expensify Alternatives for Medium-sized Companies

Rydoo

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Score 9.2 out of 100

Rydoo (formerly Xpenditure) is a cloud based travel management solution that also handles the expense management process from receipt to accounting. After taking a picture of a receipt, Rydoo will extract all relevant data, and make it ready to be exported to the accounting software of your choice.

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Divvy

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Score 8.9 out of 100

Acquired by Bill.com in May 2021, Divvy offers their expense management application and corporate credit card service, supporting virtual card functionality and pre-allocated budget, expense tracking and receipt retention, automatic fraud detection, and real-time spend tracking.

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Webexpenses is a global provider of online expense management software to businesses of all sizes across 70+ countries. The software is used across all industries, including retail, finance, technology, construction, and not for profit. Features of the Webexpenses desktop and mobile app include cross-platform auto-sync with: Google Vision-powered OCR receipt scannerPetty cash managementAutomatic policy complianceCorporate card automatic Intelligent MatchingIntegrated mileage tracking +…

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Oracle Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a core suite of Oracle Cloud software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. Oracle Expense Management and Oracle Risk Management are part of this solution. Other apps include Financials, Revenue Management, Accounting Hub, PPM, and Procurement. The single cloud platform offers built-in industry standards and modern best practices. ERP software is the backbone of many organizations and Oracle aims to offer a modern, connected approach combined with…

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  • Payroll Management
  • General Ledger and Configurable Accounting
  • Security

Tallie is an expense reporting tool that integrates with other billing or accounting platforms (e.g. bill.com, Quickbooks, etc.) to present an expense management solution. It was supported by Certify since the 2017 merger with that company and Nexonia under the new company Certify Travel and Expense, and is now from Emburse, the company formed from the merger of Certify and Chrome River Technologies in March 2019.

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Coupa

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Score 8.0 out of 100

Coupa’s cloud-native Business Spend Management (BSM) platform provides end-to-end processes that helps drive collaboration across for every business leader from supply chain, procurement, finance, treasury, compliance, and IT and supply chain leaders to help their companies to get the visibility and control they need to spend smarter, mitigate risk, and improve resilience. A unified platform approach frees up IT from complex integrations to help leaders deliver on these goals.

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Best Expensify Alternatives for Enterprises

Webexpenses is a global provider of online expense management software to businesses of all sizes across 70+ countries. The software is used across all industries, including retail, finance, technology, construction, and not for profit. Features of the Webexpenses desktop and mobile app include cross-platform auto-sync with: Google Vision-powered OCR receipt scannerPetty cash managementAutomatic policy complianceCorporate card automatic Intelligent MatchingIntegrated mileage tracking +…

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Oracle Cloud Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is a core suite of Oracle Cloud software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. Oracle Expense Management and Oracle Risk Management are part of this solution. Other apps include Financials, Revenue Management, Accounting Hub, PPM, and Procurement. The single cloud platform offers built-in industry standards and modern best practices. ERP software is the backbone of many organizations and Oracle aims to offer a modern, connected approach combined with…

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  • Payroll Management
  • General Ledger and Configurable Accounting
  • Security

Coupa

About TrustRadius Scoring
Score 8.0 out of 100

Coupa’s cloud-native Business Spend Management (BSM) platform provides end-to-end processes that helps drive collaboration across for every business leader from supply chain, procurement, finance, treasury, compliance, and IT and supply chain leaders to help their companies to get the visibility and control they need to spend smarter, mitigate risk, and improve resilience. A unified platform approach frees up IT from complex integrations to help leaders deliver on these goals.

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