Digital receipt management specialist – and FinovateFall Best of Show winner – Sensibill has forged a new partnership that will put its receipt capture and management solution in the hands of more banking customers.
JPMorgan has agreed to integrate Sensibill’s technology into its Chase Mobile Banking app, making it easier for the firm’s customers to manage expenses, provide proof of purchase for insurance claims, and monitor spending “at a granular level.”
The offering will be made available to the 38 million active users of Chase’s mobile app as part of a progressive rollout later this year. As the U.S. consumer and commercial banking business of JPMorgan Chase & Co., Chase has 4,900+ branches in 38 states and the District of Columbia, as well as a network of 16,000 ATMs.
“Chase has created a digital banking experience that makes it easier for consumers and businesses to manage their finances,” co-founder and Sensibill CEO Corey Gross said. “Through our partners with Chase, millions of customers will have access to a best-in-class product that solves the hassle of expense and receipt management.”
Sensibill’s smart receipt management enables users to capture any physical receipt or invoice by taking a photo or forwarding an email. The solution leverages optical character recognition (OCR) and AI to turn receipt images into categorizable data that can be downloaded into expense reports, spreadsheets, or other digital documents. Sensibill makes it easier to organize and add context to expenses, and includes functionality to link receipts to card transactions for SKU-level visibility into spending.
The technology also helps financial institutions enhance their customer engagement by leveraging digital receipt data to offer more personalized solutions. Sensibill’s 75 financial institution partners in North America and the U.K. have used the technology to spot small businesses that may be ready to migrate from a personal to a business account, identify non-card spending patterns to better guide their own product offerings, and build brand loyalty.
Founded in 2013, Sensibill has raised $55.4 million in funding according to Crunchbase. The company, based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, includes Radical Ventures, First Ascent Ventures, Information Venture Partners, Impression Ventures, and Mistral Venture Partners among its investors.