A time-saving expense reporting system
Updated February 17, 2020

A time-saving expense reporting system

John Watson | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Tallie

Tallie is our online resource for processing travel expenses across the whole company. The nature of our business means that most of us are traveling on a regular basis generating a large number of receipts either for personal expenses, mileage in our cars and spending on our company credit cards. Tallie processes all those activities and ensures refunds are made promptly.
  • The mileage calculator is simple and accurate.
  • Capturing images of receipts is easy.
  • Capturing info directly from the receipt image rarely works completely and some data is usually added manually.
  • No other issues with it.
  • Significant time (and therefore cost) saving for travelling employees.
  • Keeps a central record of expenses for auditing purposes.
I found Concur complex and extremely time-consuming with lots of irrelevant questions and an illogical layout.
As a user of Tallie, I have never needed any support to use it. It is simple, logical and needs no training to use. As a company, I don't think we need any ongoing support but I believe the setup process, which they guided us through a year ago went well.

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I have worked 25+ years in the SME biotech sector and I have used many such expense reporting systems. Most have been a complete pain to use and have been very time-consuming to process expenses. In my experience, Tallie has been by far the best. Its simplicity is key, it does just what it needs to do an does it efficiently without over complicating the process. It is very easy and logical to use. I can't think of a situation where this wouldn't be appropriate to use.