Expense Analytics Tools
Expense Analytics Tools

SpringAhead, the company that makes the exciting new Automated Expense Tracking Software, Tallie, has been voted as a top 50 Software company for Inc.500.

This is exciting news for the company and reflects the hard work by all employees of SpringAhead, Inc.

It’s especially satisfying since SpringAhead announced a partnership and integration with Bill.com. Tallie is business software that automates the entire expense report workflow and integrates with QuickBooks and other professional bookkeeping software packages. Tallie also has powerful expense analytics tools and is a quintessential Business Expense App and Expense Management Software.

Congratulations! SpringAhead truly is a Top 50 Software Company!

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I’ve been riding the Vallejo Ferry for about 9 years now. I started commuting on the ferry when I grew weary if the commute on my motorcycle. I determined that if I continued riding into San Francisco then my number would eventually come up. I had too many close calls with box drivers talking and texting on their smart phones (an oxymoron), eating and drinking, applying make up, reading the paper and even watching movies. I’d get home Friday evening and be so stressed out I’d only just start to relax Sunday night. Then I’d get up the next morning and start all over again.

The Vallejo Ferry probably saved my life. Huzzah!

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Tallie – Powerful and easy to use desktop and mobile business expense report software.

Powered by SpringAhead (makers of the revolutionary time and expense reporting software), Tallie is the only mobile business expense report platform designed for users, built by finance experts and engineered to integrate with accounting systems and accounting-related SaaS solutions. Simple, easy, powerful.

Tallie intelligently scans, categorizes and matches receipt and credit card data, automatically generates expense reports, and seamlessly pushes data into financial accounting systems. It allows automatic and selective transaction import from multiple credit cards. To ensure data integrity, drive usage and control expense fraud, Tallie includes a suite of compliance (policies, groups, multi-level approval routing), internal control (duplicate identification, project accounting, general ledger mapping), and expense reports analytics tools.

While Tallie virtually integrates with all accounting software systems, we are also the first and only expense report solution to offer seamless, bi-directional integration with Bill.com and mapping expenses to Bill.com. This cloud-based integration features deep, real-time data synchronization in all critical expense data: account, customer, vendor, item, and class. This ensures that your expense and billing data are always up to date, no matter the system you are using.

These powerful partnerships work together to create a single system of record for financial data and related sources files, all beginning with the receipt. To top it off, Tallie boasts award-winning proprietary integration with QuickBooks. What’s not to love?

Key Product Features

Data Capture
– Simple intuitive interface
– Flexible credit card management
– Mobile apps
– Flexible mileage
– Foreign currency support
Compliance & Internal Controls
– Policy controls
– Approval routing
– Powerful data analytics reports
– Flexible project accounting
– Smart auto-categorization
Data Integration
– Custom CSV export to virtually any accounting or payroll system
– Bi-directional data sync with QuickBooks and Bill.com
– Document storage
– Flexible export based on accounting preferences
– One-click export to multiple destinations
Technology & Security
– Advanced security encryption
– Cloud-based platform
– Proprietary OCR technology for receipt scanning
– Web 3.0 development

Tallie Review: QuickBooks Expense Management Software with Tallie

  1. Expense Software 14-Day Free Trial
  2. Expense Software Integration with Quickbooks, Bill.com, Microsoft Dynamics GP and SmartVault,
  3. Product Features

Accounting Software Integration

Deep, Bi-Directional Integration:
Bill.com Integration
QuickBooks Expense Management
Direct Export Integration:
– SmartVault
Flatfile Data Export Options:
– All Payroll Systems
– All Accounting/ERP Systems
– All HRIS Systems

Integration Details – Bill.com:

Tallie exports detailed expense data as bills directly into Bill.com, and uses routine, bi-directional sync with Bill.com to ensure that your expense and billing data are always up to date, no matter the system you are using.

Upon initial setup, Tallie and Bill.com sync the following data:
– Accounts
– Customers
– Vendors
– Items
– Classes/departments.

Integration Details – Quickbooks:

Tallie offers award-winning real-time data synchronization and powerful proprietary integration to and from QuickBooks in all critical expense data:
– Account
– Customer
– Vendor
– Items
– Class/departments
Integration Details – SmartVault:
Tallie directly exports data to storage leader, SmartVault, to create a single system of record for financial data and related source files, beginning with receipt images assets.

Screen shots of the Tallie Mobile App:

Tallie Expense Report Software
Tallie Expense Report Software
Tallie Expense Report App Multi Expense View
Tallie Expense Report App Multi Expense View

Tallie Expense Report App
Tallie Expense Report App

Easy to Use Expense Report Software and Application

Eliminate Boxes of Receipts and Streamline Your Expense Reports
Eliminate Boxes of Receipts and Streamline Your Expense Reports

I have a small business I tend to on the side. And I have a gazillion receipts I have to deal with. Well, I have found the solution to my messy box of receipts. I just started using a powerful and easy to use expense report application called Tallie, that streamlines Expense Reports. Good stuff!

Expense Report Software Integration
Expense Report Software Integration

Unlike other software I’ve used in the past like the complex and terrible user interface and horrible user experience of the huge and established Concur, Tallie is easy as pie to use, and is paving the way for small and medium business expense report automation.

Expense Report Analytics
Expense Report Analytics

Expense Report Automation isn’t a new thing. Many companies have been building such software for a long time, but most have failed at easy to use, but powerful automated expense reports. They fail, because the software tends to be bloated, overly complex with entirely too much information on any given screen view, difficult to navigate, and at times obtuse. Best of the expense reporting software is stripped down in it’s interface, but more and more powerful as you dig deeper. If you need only the most simple of software, you don’t have to expose yourself to unneeded complexity.

Expense Report Software
Expense Report Software

Automated Expense Software with Quickbooks integration

Expense Report Definition
Wikipedia: An expense report is a form of document that contains all the expenses that an individual has incurred as a result of the business operation. For example, if the owner of a business travels to another location for a meeting, the cost of travel, the meals, and all other expenses that he/she has incurred may be added to the expense report. Consequently, these expenses will be considered business expenses and are tax deductible.
Keeping track of and taking advantage of expense deductions means that businesses can save money and have higher profit.

Don’t believe me? Read this Tallie Review


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Contact: Ben Evans/NBB

bevans@biodiesel.org; 202-997-1919

June 11, 2013

Biodiesel Advocates Heading to Capitol Hill

Producers Advocating for Strong Renewable Fuels Policy

WASHINGTON – More than 100 biodiesel advocates from across the country are visiting Capitol Hill today urging Congress to support a strong Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). Participants include biodiesel producers, distributors and feedstock suppliers representing more than two dozen states.

“The petroleum lobby is making a lot of noise about renewable fuels and we’re coming to town to make sure that Congress hears the other side of the story,” said Todd Ellis, vice president of sales and business development at Seattle-based Imperium Renewables. “Despite what you might hear, the RFS is working, and we’re building a new American fuels industry that is creating jobs, producing cleaner fuel, and ultimately helping consumers.”

“We’ll be reminding Congress that biodiesel is an EPA-designated Advanced Biofuel that is here today and that is exceeding its RFS targets, with two consecutive years of 1 billion gallon production,” Ellis added.

The biodiesel leaders, visiting Washington for an annual membership meeting of the National Biodiesel Board, represent the broad diversity in the industry, with participation from states including California, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin.

During their Hill visits, they also will advocate for a long-term extension of the biodiesel tax incentive, which is slated to expire again at the end of the year.

“No matter how much domestic oil and gas we find through fracking or new drilling, consumers will continue getting hurt by unstable global petroleum markets until we develop alternatives to oil,” said Anne Steckel, NBB’s vice president of federal affairs. “That’s why Congress passed the RFS in the first place with huge bipartisan support, and it’s why we can’t let up on these goals now.”

Made from an increasingly diverse mix of resources such as recycled cooking oil, soybean oil and animal fats, biodiesel is a renewable, clean-burning diesel replacement that can be used in existing diesel engines. It is the first and only commercial-scale fuel produced across the U.S. to meet the Environmental Protection Agency’s definition as an Advanced Biofuel – meaning the EPA has determined that it reduces greenhouse gas emissions by more than 50 percent when compared with petroleum diesel. It is produced in nearly every state in the country and last year supported some 50,000 jobs nationwide. NBB is the U.S. biodiesel trade association.