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Track and report employee expenses with Replicon’s cloud based expense reports software
The Replicon Expenses module is an add-on product that extends the functionality of Web TimeSheet’s expense reports capability by facilitating the entry, tracking and reporting of employee expenses. Project leaders and supervisors can view, track the status, approve or reject, and even correct employee expenses. http://www.replicon.com/olp/expense-reports.aspx
- It’s user-friendly
- You can import invoices, journal entries, and budgets without using a 3rd party application.
- The pricing model is great. One price for an unlimited number of users. (QuickBooks Online Plus allows you 3 users before there is an upcharge.)
- Unlike QuickBooks Online, Xero supports multi-currency transactions.
- It integrates with ADP Payroll
LessAccounting.com, WaveAccounting.com, and Kashoo.com are all also excellent double-entry accounting sites. They seem just a step below Xero and QBO on sophistication, but simplicity can also be a plus. Sites like InDinero.com and Outright.com, which function like Mint.com, might be cool for freelancers, but they don’t have true double-entry accounting, so no-go for most startups. Expensive ($400+/month) and complex services like IntAcct.com orFinancialForce.com probably aren’t needed until you’re a big (50 to 100+ persons) company. Other sites I would recommend include: – Bill.com – MarketCircle.com – getharvest.com (Harvest) – Expensify.com – Freshbooks.com – Shoeboxed.com – Invoicera.com – FreeAgent.com – WorkingPoint.com – Zoho.com – Saasu.com – NetSuite.com