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Bill.com and Expensify Form Product Integration

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Cloud-based bill payment and invoicing service Bill.com has integrated with expense management provider Expensify to provide users an improved method of managing expense reports.

With the new integration, employees can now submit a PDF version of their expense report in Expensify, directly to their Bill.com account. Developers can also directly integrate applications ranging from expense management solutions to CRM systems, in addition to accounting systems.  

The platform offers a complete set of open APIs allowing developers to integrate and provide businesses complete workflows across their systems. 

In addition, as part of the new platform Bill.com offers a first sync management framework that provides developers both best practices and a toolset for dealing with systems integration and sync. This framework allows for every integration to function similarly.

“We’re excited about offering this integration with Expensify and our new Platform,” said Bill.com founder and chief executive René Lacerte. “One of the key benefits of Bill.com is managing the process of paying bills and getting paid and now that process extends to employees who can submit their expense reports in Expensify, route them for approvals and pay them in Bill.com.  This is exactly the kind of capabilities our customers are asking for and what our platform enables.”

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