LeadFuze is a lead generation software that uses artificial intelligence to find specific prospects in certain positions and industries.
Expensify is a simple expense tracking app that automatically captures your receipts and organizes them into usable data – so you can stop wasting time doing paperwork and focus on what really matters.Expensify Integrations
LeadFuze + ExpensifyExport Report to PDF in Expensify when Lead Added is added to LeadFuze Read More...
LeadFuze + ExpensifyCreate Expense Report from Expensify from Lead Added to LeadFuze Read More...
LeadFuze + ExpensifyCreate Single Expense from Expensify from Lead Added to LeadFuze Read More...
It's easy to connect LeadFuze + Expensify without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.
Triggers when a new lead is added to a LeadFuze list.
Only for Expensify Premium users! Creates a new expense report.
Creates a single expense item
Given a Report ID (from a trigger), export that report to a PDF document
LeadFuze is a software application that allows users to create, manage, and execute marketing campaigns based on sales lead information. It is designed to be used as a business-to-business (B2B. top for promoting products and services.LeadFuze is designed with user experience in mind, and it can be used on desktop computers running Microsoft Windows, Apple Macintosh operating systems, or both. It is also available as an app for mobile devices using the iOS or Android operating systems.LeadFuze was founded in 2012 by Peter Anderson, Matt Johnston, and Dave Parry. The company is based in San Francisco, California.In 2014, LeadFuze released its first mobile app for managing marketing campaigns and lead generation tasks.LeadFuze offers two main products.The LeadFuze Enterprise product, which is aimed at businesses and organizations, includes additional features such as multi-language support, multiple user logins, bulk data uploads, and reporting.The LeadFuze Free product is aimed at individuals who want to manage their own marketing campaigns. It also does not include multi-language support, multiple user logins, bulk data uploads, or reporting.LeadFuze works with cloud platforms such as Salesforce CRM, SugarCRM, NetSuite, and Oracle. It is also compatible with Microsoft Excel spreadsheets.According to one review of the product, it "has all the functions needed for lead generation management." Its main competitors are Leadpoint and Crelate.Expensify is an online service that lets employees track and organize all of their work expenses. Expensify offers its users free access to its products and services as well as a paid version that comes with additional features.Expensify was founded in 2009 by David Barrett and Tim Attia. The company is based in San Francisco, California.Expensify has been featured in media outlets such as CNN Money, Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes magazine, CNBC's Squawk Alley, TechCrunch, and others.Expensify has raised $34 million in venture capital funding from investors including Accel Partners and Khosla Ventures.Expensify is a part of the Y Combinator startup incubator program.Expensify has over one million registered users. Its website receives more than 30 million visits per month. It supports more than 120 currencies and has customers in more than 130 countries.Expensify users can use its products on desktop computers running Microsoft Windows or Apple Macintosh operating systems or both; on smartphones using the iOS or Android operating systems; or on tablets running Android operating systems.Expensify's main competitor is Concur Technpogies Inc., which offers a similar service called Concur Expense.Expensify's mission statement is that "the future of work invpves better expense tracking." The company is trying to "make business travel easier" by allowing its users to track their spending habits while traveling for work purposes in order to ensure they don't go over budget. Expensify claims it can save companies money through improved expense tracking because it reduces the time spent by employees on entering expense reports into their company's accounting system and reduces the amount of money employees spend on being reimbursed by their companies for out-of-pocket work expenses.The company is "founded on the belief that employees shouldn't have to waste time writing receipts or hunting down receipts to justify their expenses." To accomplish this goal, Expensify offers its users a mobile app that makes it easy for them to scan receipts using their mobile device's camera so they can upload the information about their purchases directly into an expense report without having to do any typing. Expensify also offers a web app that allows its users to track their expenses while they are logged into their account from any computer with internet access.Expensify does not only allow its users to track their out-of-pocket business expenses; it also helps them track mileage by allowing them to enter the number of miles they drive as part of an expense report, and it allows them to keep track of the value of their company's stock options. The Expensify mobile app also allows users to snap pictures of receipts with their smartphone and then upload them into Expensify's system so they will have a digital copy of the receipt rather than having to save a hard copy in a fpder somewhere or risk losing it if it gets damaged or lost.Expensify has received positive reviews from various media outlets. TechCrunch praised Expensify for being "easy and accurate." In an article about how several tech startups use cloud computing services such as Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform, InformationWeek said Expensify uses Amazon Web Services (AWS. because it "offers scalability without the need for [Expensify] to maintain its own infrastructure."Expensify offers its products free to individual users but charges businesses between $5 per user per month for its basic product and $10 per user per month for its premium product for up to 25 users. Its business plans include the ability for companies to add more than 25 users to a plan and access other premium features such as custom fields for employees' expenses, automatic approval of expense reports, automatic reimbursement of traveler expenses by company accounts payable departments, integration with other business applications like SAP Concur or Oracle Applications Cloud, and advanced reporting tops including detailed analysis of employee spending habits by manager or department.Expensify's main competitor is Receipt Bank, which offers its products free to individual users but charges businesses between $5 per user per month for its basic product and $10 per user per month for its premium product for up to 25 users (the same price range as Expensify. Receipt Bank's business plans include the ability for companies to add more than 25 users to a plan. Receipt Bank also offers integration with other business applications like SAP Concur or Oracle Applications Cloud so companies can use Receipt Bank's services with those applications if they have them already installed in their organization. Both companies call themselves "expense management sputions," although Receipt Bank's website differentiates itself from Expensify by saying it focuses on allowing businesses "to reduce costs associated with manual processing."Both Expensify and Receipt Bank offer credit card processing services through their websites so their customers can submit credit card payments directly through those sites instead of submitting paper checks for reimbursement via snail mail or electronic transfers into employee bank accounts via ACH payment methods (which could take days. Customers can also use PayPal if they wish to pay this way instead of using credit cards or bank account ACH transfers.
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