Automated expense reporting product maker ExpenseCloud has upgraded its apps for all smartphones to include the ability to scan receipts and record and submit expenses as they occur.

Expense Cloud’s mobile customers can now use their smartphone or iPad’s camera to take a picture of any receipt, turning it into a digital receipt that is acceptable for submission by the IRS. The app also allows users to download all corporate or personal credit card data, make changes and prepare entries for an expense report. Data is automatically synced with the users’ online ExpenseCloud account, and users can then create, submit and approve expense reports from their mobile device.

Additional enhancements include the ability to more quickly enter data; calculate and record mileage using Google Maps; see all data related to expenses, from who attended the meal to how many miles were driven; and track billable projects from third-party accounting products.

“Having the ability to track billable projects all the way down to the mobile phone was a top request from our customer base,” said ExpenseCloud founder and chief executive Eric Sikola. “Now we are fulfilling that wish, we’ve added iPad compatibility, and we’ve added more, richer features that answer our customer’s needs and make it easier than ever to file an expense report.”

To learn more, visit www.expensecloud.com.

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