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Xero chooses Expensify for receipt tracking and expense management

25 May 2017

Xero has chosen expense management software Expensify to streamline the company’s employee receipt tracking and expense management process across the globe.

Expensify and Xero announced a strategic partnership last May, and Expensify sales and success Director Jason Mills embraces Xero's internal rollout as a natural opportunity to deepen the strategic partnership.

"We're thrilled to share our real-time expense vision with Xero employees everywhere and make it a reality," says Mills.

"From one product-driven technology company to another, we're committed to improving a world-class user experience and accounting process."

Founded in 2008, Expensify has established a place in automated receipt and expense management with an easy-to-use mobile and web app.

Expensify now serves over 4.5 million users globally.

Headquartered in San Francisco, Expensify continues to expand with offices from London to Melbourne, working around the clock.

Xero teams in 21 offices from Melbourne to New York will make use of Expensify’s real-time expense reporting features on web and mobile, including SmartScan OCR receipt scanning, next-day reimbursement, and easy company card reconciliation.   

Xero chief accounting officer Kirsty Godfrey-Billy says, “We’re excited to expand our relationship with Expensify, now as a customer and strategic partner.”

“This partnership will create efficiencies within our own business, allowing us to continue to focus on delivering beautiful cloud-based accounting software around the globe.”

Xero has more than one million subscribers in over 180 countries. 

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