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Tallie Launches Cloud-Based Expense Management Solution

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Software-as-a-Service expense management provider Tallie announced a new cloud-based expense management solution Tuesday with an end-to-end reimbursement process offering a quick path from receipt to balance sheet.

The mobile-enabled solution simplifies and accelerates the manual expense report process by automatically capturing, categorizing, and processing expense transactions and integrating with accounting systems like Intuit’s QuickBooks, Bill.com and SmartVault.

In addition to Tallie’s near-immediate time-to-value, the solution also offers real-time transaction visibility, increased process control and system-to-system transparency.

“Tallie is not your prototypical technology-led company that sells innovation first and figures out its application later – instead, we started with the problem and didn’t stop innovating until we found a complete solution that works,” stated Tallie CEO Chris Farrell. “We have been laser-focused on expense velocity and have the 360-degree knowledge of what’s really required from the experts and practitioners who use the tools and understand the need and what’s possible. We are very excited to see the industry leaders adopting Tallie as their solution of choice for their firms and clients.” 

Created with more than seven years of development side-by-side with accounting practitioners and engineers, Tallie offers bi-directional, real-time data synchronization with major platforms, addressing growing customer needs for a system-wide cloud-based ecosystem. The self-funded company currently has more than 2,000 small-to-medium-sized business customers and 100,000 active paying users.

More information on Tallie is available in the company’s press room or blog.

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