SAN FRANCISCO AND PALO ALTO, Calif. - September 16, 2013 - Bill.com and SpringAhead today announced that they have integrated Tallie, SpringAhead’s expense report software, in the new Bill.com App Center, which launched today. The combination of these two market-leading SaaS solutions finally unites bill payment and expense reporting automation, two functions essential to financial management. Never before have bill payment and expense report systems been so deeply integrated. Now, by bringing payables, receivables, and expense reporting together, finance professionals will have a clearer view—and better control—of their cashflow than ever before possible.
“If you’re looking for a good first step to move to the cloud, Bill.com is your product. It dramatically improves your processes, and tightens security for your cash management. And the perfect next step is to implement the Tallie expense management solution,” said Doug Sleeter, President, The Sleeter Group. “The combination of Tallie and Bill.com makes the whole expense management process smooth, secure, paperless and efficient.”
Tallie intelligently scans, categorizes and matches receipt and credit card data, automating the expense report workflow for employees and managers alike. Together, Tallie and Bill.com can for the first time synchronize all critical data, such as general ledger accounts, vendors, and items. Completed expense reports sent from Tallie are generated as bills automatically in the Bill.com account, with all receipt images attached and no data entry required. The combined solution also adds another layer of convenience to expense management, as all the data synced by Tallie will also sync to all the accounting systems supported by Bill.com, including QuickBooks, Intacct, NetSuite and Xero. Both solutions also employ best-of-breed fraud protection controls offering full compliance, internal controls, full audit trails and business intelligence.
"By integrating Bill.com and Tallie, expense reporting is finally a natural part of an entire financial management solution, rather than a cumbersome add-on process," said Dawn Brolin, Chief Operation Officer, BMRG. "Using Bill.com and Tallie together via the simple to use Bill.com interface is saving my team so much time and effort. I am really excited that Bill.com is bringing the same magic they brought to solving age-old financial processes problems to simplifying and automating even more global business processes."
The Bill.com App Center is designed to solve financial professionals’ most common business needs, streamlining workflow by bringing together key tools, such as expense management, online mail management, and accounting systems. The first phase of the App Center will feature deep integration with a select group of best of breed solutions, which have been highly requested by existing customers and prospects. Deep integration means that the solution meets specific customer workflows, is integrated to the point that set-up is easy enough to be self-serve, and allows for easy, immediate data conflict resolution. Bill.com has led the industry by making it possible for SMBs to manage end-to-end financial processes with seamless accounting software sync. Now, the company continues to set the bar for innovation with deep business process integrations.
“The future of business software will be the right combination of highly specialized, best-in-class SaaS solutions working together in a simple, completely integrated way,” said René Lacerte, founder and CEO, Bill.com. “We have built the Bill.com App Center around this vision, and have chosen Tallie as a marquee solution because it is very simple for employees to use, yet also offers a rich set of features for accountants and financial professionals. The combination of Bill.com and Tallie is the expense reporting ‘killer app’ that finance professionals have long searched for.”
"The user experience of the Tallie and Bill.com integration speaks for itself", said Chris Farrell, CEO of Tallie. “Together with Bill.com, we are raising the expectations for SaaS partnerships—from seamless data transfer to customer service via a single support desk. At Tallie, we believe that customers will ultimately demand deep integration of all their SaaS products because of the efficiency and internal control gains they unlock."
For more information on the App Center or to try Bill.com today, please visit http://www.bill.com/product/app-center/. Companies interested in joining the Bill.com App Center, please visit http://www.bill.com/product/app-center/. Developers are also encouraged to write to the Bill.com platform, and can find more information at http://developer.bill.com.
SpringAhead has pioneered time, billing, and expense SaaS business solutions for nearly a decade. Tallie, SpringAhead's flagship product, is business software that automates the entire expense report process. From point of purchase all the way through accounting and reimbursement, Tallie was designed for users, built by experts and engineered by scientists. Tallie automates the management and tracking of expenses through a suite of enterprise-grade policy compliance, internal control, and analytics tools. SpringAhead is ranked in the Top 50 of Inc. 500’s fastest growing software companies for both 2012 and 2013. Visit usetallie.com to learn more or talk to an expense report automation expert.
Bill.com is the home of the fastest-growing business payments network in the nation, enabling 250,000 users to pay and get paid millions of bills worth billions of dollars. The Bill.com Business Payments Network™ brings small-to-medium businesses simple online bill payment, custom invoicing services, unlimited document storage, workflow collaboration, and the ability to access their back office from anywhere via any mobile device. Bill.com's services easily sync to users' accounting software and online bank accounts to better control company financials while also guarding against errors and offering enterprise-class fraud protection that current methods cannot match. Bill.com serves customers through its direct, accountant and bank channels, bringing together people, systems and documents to redefine how business payments are made.