looking for alternatives to receipt bank
interested to see whats others use and how they stack up
We use Auto Entry for most of our clients
Autoentry is better and has fairer pricing I find
Although the App for clients is probably better in RB
I do like Entryless due to its presentation and Datamolino for customer service.
We use AutoEntry - we can use the credits we buy across our entire client base.
I’ve started to realise how automated it can make things if you spend a while setting it up.
It looks like they will be releasing an inbuilt mileage tracker soon.
I have trialled HubDoc over the last three months to see whether it is a viable alternative to RB. The one thing I liked about HD was its ability to login to your online accounts and download the invoices without you having to do it. I know RB has started beta testing Fetch which would do the same.
I like Hubdoc and will continue to use it for my business and may recommend it to new clients, especially tech clients as they have loads of online accounts so HD would be better but I don't think it offers enough advantages to switch existing clients over.
I am going to look at AutoEntry next.
AutoEntry is super. I like their pricing and it saves quite a lot of time compared with manually doing this type of work. I think they may offer a free trial.
Another vote for AutoEntry. Good software at a good price.
I too prefer to use AE to RB although if the business wants to send the paper for processing I think that RB still accepts this but AE doesn't.
Warning for anyone using Clear Books, it's integration with RB is good and you can differentiate employee expenses from supplier bills but its integration with AE is useless as it can't accept the document image.
with sage50 desktop - have recently seen icomplete [ they were also at accountex] anyone using them - or what is being used on sage50 desktop [ looking for/ onbehalf of client site finance office]