Employee reporting should be hassle-free. Why limit your employees to work on expense reports and timesheets from a computer? With the DATABASICS Mobile App, submitting or approving reports is easy and convenient from any phone, tablet, and other mobile device!
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It has to be computerized. And we’re not talking spreadsheets. What about it makes it so difficult to manage manually?
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Automated Accounting Integration
Link your accounting solutions directly to DATABASICS Expense. Our bi-directional integration means your data is always current and where it needs to be. We integrate with all major ERP, HRIS, payroll, and CRM systems.
Time Tracking Integration
Boost the power of Expense by integrating it with our Time sheet solution, DATABASICS Time. With our unifed Employee Reporting platform, users have a single look & feel for their two major administrative tasks including a single set of codes without synchronization issues.
Pre-fill DATABASICS Expense with travel transactions and minimize inaccuracy and entry effort. Our flexible options accommodate the major sources of transactions like booking tools, travel agencies, credit cards and p-cards.
“We have been using DATABASICS Expense since 2008. We chose DATABASICS over Concur, as DATABASICS Expense was the only product that could accommodate our complex accounting distribution needs. The integration between DATABASICS Expense, our accounting system, and our employee credit card program, has really streamlined our expense reporting process. DATABASICS Expense is easy to use, and the workflows and email alerts allow our employees to track the status of their reports at all stages of the approval process. Last, but not least, we cannot say enough about the wonderful customer service we have received from DATABASICS, from Implementation up until today.”
Christine O’Connell – Project Manager, Information Technology, American Chemistry Council