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Re: Concur app

Hey @shallburn,

 

Sorry, I am late to the party. I've used Concur via the web-client in the past for work and really enjoyed it! Everything was fairly straightforward, which is a must for travel.

 

It looks like you can do a test drive on their website (link here) if you want to give it a try. Is there anything you're looking for in particular? Or do you need a more general expense tracking app, beyond just travel?

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Re: Concur app

@James

 

Greetings! I tried reaching out to Concur and awaiting for response. Just a little clarification since they don't seem to offer trials like Expensify, as follows:

 

1. Are you able to assign or add the supplier / vendor names that is existing in the quickbooks database? - Expensify does a good job in the chart of accounts, customer / clients and class, but not on vendors.

 

2. Will it allow you to use the same like feature of Write Checque or Enter Bills mobule but in a mobile app? (like expensify) - Pretty much the data entry function.

 

Cheers!

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Re: Concur app

Hi @shallburn

 

Greetings!

 

I am on the same boat as you, also using Expensify but it has a very limited function, any luck or suggestion maybe on other alternatives? thank you.

 

Cheers!

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Re: Concur app

Hey @Verano47,

 

Thanks for reaching out. I personally have only used Concur to a few expenses and don't use it often. There's a Test Drive you can use to give it a whirl and see if it has the functionality you need Smiley Happy

 

What is it you're trying to do with Concur/Expensify?

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Re: Concur app

Hello-

Investigating Concur vs Expensify for a niche pharma company with currently about 6-10 travelers/expense reports.  Both apps appear to integrate well with QBO and are similar in pricing although one of them charges per report??  I'm primarily interested in great customer support and ease of integration.  Any thoughts?

Michelle

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Re: Concur app

Hi @mmwilkes,

 

I haven't received a good answer from the thread here so I ended up using Expensify. Though I must admit I did try concur but since I was out of the US, it is not an option anymore.

 

My experience so far with Expensify is by far wonderful. They charge per active user in a month. In our company there are 6 active users and sometimes one or two is not active in a month.