Remember our emailed-in-receipts feature? Its the one where, if you happen to have PNG or JPG files of receipt images, you can send them to a pre-assigned email address to have them run through Receipt Reader?
For those of you that already know and love this benefit of our service, listen up for the latest chapter in new ways to use it. For those who haven’t tried it out yet, now might be a good time to do so! Here’s what’s new…
Many of our subscribers that use ProOnGo on a companywide basis have been telling us for months that our emailed-in-receipts feature is something they’d like to be able to send invoices to as well. You know, the PDF invoices that arrive in your inbox every month, from various suppliers and vendors? The ones the become a paperwork nightmare almost as fast as expense receipts? Yes, those ones.
Well, now, you can forward single-page PDF invoices to the same pre-assigned email address that you use for receipt images. The PDF will not only be processed by Receipt Reader, but it will be pushed to both your phone and the My Expenses tab in the web portal, so that you have the Vendor, Date, Amount, as well as an image of the PDF (we end up converting it to JPG so that it appears smoothly throughout our solution wherever you can attach, view, or edit receipt images).
Enjoy, and keep your feedback coming. Also, a special thank-you goes out to our business package subscribers, who have been extremely open and helpful in explaining what else we can do to make ProOnGo a perfect fit in a corporate setting.
Updated Apr 13 @ 11am CDT: Thanks for the questions you’ve sent on about this new feature… let me answer the most frequently asked question right here for everyone to see. Question: “Does it handle multi-page PDFs?” Answer: Yes! It just concatenates all of the pages together, so you’ll have the whole document as your “receipt attachment” in the expense, even if the original PDF was more than one page.