QuickBooks and Slack
Before Teampay we were constantly trying to figure out who ordered what on our corporate cards, and never remembered to stop paying for subscriptions when people left. This service was so easy to set up and use, especially with the real-time Quickbooks integration that always keeps my books in sync.
Teampay + Quickbooks Customer
Reconcile Purchase Data to QuickBooks in Realtime
Without ever leaving Slack you can:
- Make purchase requests
- Approve & reject purchase requests
- Give and receive virtual cards
- Add sales receipts
Stay On Top Of Your Organization’s Spending
Always know who made what purchase, who approved it, and for what purpose. You can even get alerts for unusual activity. Say goodbye to hunting down mystery transactions at the end of every month.
Track Vendors & Subscriptions With Ease
Teampay keeps all of your vendors & subscriptions organized in one place. Highlight variances, detect new vendors and recurrences, flag duplicates, set reminders, and more. Ask us about virtual cards for employees.
Control Spending Before It Happens
Never go over budget again with transparent controls by user, department, vendor, office, and more.
Why Companies Love Teampay
“This is awesome! Everything is reconciled for me in real-time, and no longer is my team chasing down receipts and categorizing charges at the end of every month. Everyone wins.”
“Teampaygo’s physical cards provide the benefits of tracking out of office spending without having to burden our team with reimbursement processes and use of personal credit.”
“We went from a 90-100-page monthly AmEx statement to almost nothing now. Our big win has been getting employees off sharing corporate cards and onto Teampay.”
“Our employees love using it! It simplifies the procurement and approval process for them, makes sure they get what they need quickly.”
“The platform has proper controls and promotes efficiency, saving my team countless hours and increasing their productivity across the board. This is one of the best investments the company has purchased to date.”