Expense reporting made easy
March 07, 2018

Expense reporting made easy

Rachel Walter | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Fetch

Our organization purchased Fetch to streamline expense reporting and management within the company. Individuals on our team travel frequently, make business-related purchases for our fulfillment operations, the list goes on. We were submitting spreadsheets with receipts attached in monthly emails to my business partner / our CFO, who proceeded to categorize and reimburse everyone after going through the submissions. It was a headache for everyone involved. We did some digging online and came across Fetch, signed up for the 14 day free trial and haven't looked back. Our entire team can now submit expense data on the fly, in real-time to our CFO, who can instantly approve them for reimbursement at the end of the month.
  • Receipt capture accuracy is awesome - I was proofing them at first and never finding errors, so stopped doing that entirely
  • Simple categories - Expenses get divided into Submitted, Approved, and Paid. Extremely easy to see the status of submissions at a glance.
  • Email receipt capability - You can just email receipts to receipts@fetchmoney.com and it automatically connects to your account
  • International currency capability
  • Sage integration
  • Employee time spent doing ongoing tracking and submitting of receipts is difficult to quantify, but any time spent doing something that can be automated is time worth recovering for an organization.
In my previous role our company used Concur. Compared to Concur, Fetch is far simpler and easier to implement for a smaller organization like ours.
We are a small company (15 employees) but we travel quite a bit, and often have to make business-related purchases on our own accounts. Fetch has been perfect for us at this stage of our business. Our CFO has found it simple and easy to manage with 15 total users. I cannot speak to how successful a larger operation would be at implementing this, but have no reason to think it wouldn't be straightforward to scale within a larger company.