Certify LLC has made improvements to its online expense management technology service, integrating it with QuickBooks and adding a user delegate feature to its software.
The QuickBooks integration automates the process of synchronizing expense data and linking employee and vendor information between QuickBooks and Certify. The service is compatible with QuickBooks 2002 through 2010, QuickBooks Pro, and QuickBooks Enterprise.
A user delegate feature in the service provides assistants and management with authorized account access to create and approve expense reports on behalf of other personnel.
Our goal at Certify is to make our customers more productive by automating the entire expense management process, said Certify president Robert Neveu. With that in mind, the QuickBooks integration helps our clients to quickly and easily send and receive data between the products. The new user delegate functionality was a direct request from customers and allows them to authorize their assistant to create, submit and approve expense reports on their behalf.
The Certify QuickBooks integration is available immediately for no additional charge to Certify subscribers, as is the user delegate functionality. For more information, visit www.certify.com.
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