March 2022 Feature Roundup
The new year started with some exciting new feature releases and in this article we give you a quick summary in case you missed them:
At the beginning of January, we launched our own REST API, so that our clients can now directly integrate their different software systems with ExpenseIn. With this new API (Application Programming Interface) you can, for example, quickly and easily set up HR and projects synchronisation. Once in place, the customer can request expense data from ExpenseIn, no file download needed, and pull the information into any software of their choice.
Microsoft BC Integration
At the beginning of February, we launched a new integration with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central for a seamless expense management experience. Business Central is a fully connected business management solution for mid-sized organisations that automates and streamlines business processes and helps you manage your business. Connect ExpenseIn to your Microsoft Business Central account in 10 seconds and benefit from expense posting through the click of a button. In many cases, our default templates work out of the box and allow you to start posting expenses immediately.
We’ve recently launched consolidated billing for linked accounts and there are many great reasons to make the switch:
One invoice – You get one invoice for all your ExpenseIn linked accounts.
Easy tracking – With consolidated billing, you can track all activity and spend across your linked accounts more easily.
Reduced admin – Only one invoice needs to be processed.
New Policy Rule to Limit Number of Submissions within a Period
This feature release is really valuable, because it allows you to limit how many submissions can be made by a user within a week or month period.
Ability to Subscribe to Important Account Changes
This is a new audit feature that enables the customer to be emailed in the event of key changes such as supplier and user bank detail updates. A very nice security feature which we will expand soon to incorporate more changes.