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Expensify Integrates with NetSuite & Stripe, Raises Max Expense Report Amount, and More


Expensify, the startup behind the expense reporting process that “doesn’t suck,” reported a few updates yesterday.

Here are some highlights:

1) The new NetSuite integration enables users to import their categories and employees, export reports, and more.


2) The new Stripe integration allows users to accept credit card payments through Expensify’s invoicing platform. Uses can enable this feature in their policy settings (see below):


Here’s what the client sees, when prompted to pay the invoice via Stripe:


3) Expensify raised the maximum reimbursable amount on expense reports that are repaid via direct deposit. Now users can reimburse up to $20k per expense report via direct deposit, and can request exceptions for larger amounts on a case-by-case basis.


What’s next? Expensify is working on a major overhaul with QuickBooks and should have updates soon.

To learn more about Expensify, check out its FinovateSpring 2013 demo where it debuted invoicing capability.