ABUKAI Evolves Expenses

— April 02, 2013

ABUKAI Inc., a provider of business productivity solutions, is offering new integrations with Dropbox, Google Apps and LinkedIn for its ABUKAI Expenses. The app creates expense report line items for the user, with cost categorization, date, vendor, currency, amount and other required information already populated.

The new integration with Dropbox enables individual account users to automatically get a backup of the generated expense report documents directly onto their Dropbox account. When users take a photo of a receipt on their smartphone, ABUKAI automatically extracts the information from the receipt, creates the expense reports and archives a copy on Dropbox.
With the LinkedIn integration, ABUKAI is leveraging the professional network’s open platform program so customers can notify their contacts when they processed an expense report and promote the solution to colleagues.

Additionally, customers can reach the ABUKAI User Portal directly from Google Apps, without needing separate credentials.

“We are building upon our strategy to partner with expense and accounting software vendors, by providing new partnership opportunities for cloud storage and document archiving vendors, cloud market places, and social networks,” said Philipp Schloter, CEO of ABUKAI.
The current integrations follows partnerships formed in 2012 with Insperity and Xero, among others, enabling users to directly post their expenses into cloud expense and/or accounting software.


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