Australian cloud expense and software provider expensemanager has partnered with Sage Intacct to offer cloud expertise and invoice management on the latter company’s Intacct Marketplace, a press release says.
The partnership, which marks expensemanager as the first local Australian partner for Sage Intacct, will allow customers a streamlined integration method.
The release says the expensemanager solution will help fill a hole in the market for a mid-market option to automate the expense reimbursement process as well as purchase orders and supplier invoice, receipt, approval and payment process. By taking in all credit card data, the solution can automatically create expense reports and give users access to a mobile-app-fueled way to snapshot receipts on the go and create cash claims, and also approve those claims.
With the integration of the two companies, customers can access the transfer of credit card expense, reimbursement and supplier invoice data, the release says. Expensemanager already offered a high-visibility option, but the integration will boost services for businesses that are currently manually recording expense claims and working in ways that are generally slower, the release says. Eileen Wiens, VP of business development for Sage Intacct, said the partnership would boost efficiency.
“The introduction of expensemanager as a new Sage Intacct Marketplace Partner provides joint clients with a range of integrated cloud expense and invoice management tools for businesses using Sage Intacct,” she said, according to the release. “As we continue to rapidly grow the use of Sage Intacct in Australia, having additional local Marketplace Partners will be huge benefit to our customers. Expensemanager shares our vision of helping local SME businesses succeed by not only streamlining processes and making business life easier, but also by helping cut costs and administration.”
Dan Miller, senior vice president of product management at financial software provider Sage Intacct, said one of the most important aspects for many businesses is making cash flows more accessible and easy to work with. He said despite the early stage of the technology, it was helpful for businesses to know exactly where they stood with cash.