BILL.COM BLOG
Monday, March 3, 2014

We have made it faster and easier to set up vendors to receive electronic ePayments from Bill.com. A few new features include:

Ability to add a vendor by entering their Bill.com Payment Network ID


by Tallie , , Bill.com
Friday, February 28, 2014

Non-reimbursable credit card charges have been the Achilles' heel of the automated expense management workflow. Seamless data integration exists for reimbursable expenses, but manual steps or workarounds were common answers for non-reimbursables. An integrated solution for non-reimbursable credit card charges was one of the biggest requests from our Bill.com clients.


Friday, February 28, 2014

It was pretty clear once you stepped into the Quadrus Center, and saw the panoramic views of the surrounding hills, that Bill.com’s 2014 Annual Company Party was going to be a success! Employees and their guests mingled with each other over the sounds of acoustic guitars played by the Gypsy Tribe. Trays of delicious appetizers were passed, bartenders poured generous drinks, and wild laughter carried throughout the evening.

The time to...


by Julie Lubetkin, VP of Strategic Partners, Bill.com
Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Paper, the traditional "currency" of the accounting world, is coming to the end of its golden age. Invoices, reports, and payments are all migrating to electronic formats that allow you to access the critical information you need anytime, anywhere.


by Geraldine Cruz, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Bill.com
Monday, February 24, 2014

Apps can extend the value of your accounting software by delivering functionality unavailable with your backend system. Examples of apps currently available for the leading accounting systems include:


by Geraldine Cruz, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Bill.com
Friday, February 14, 2014

Efficiency. Productivity. Cost savings. Those are the typical benefits attributed to payment approval workflow (PAW) solutions, and they are compelling. But other reasons justify investment in a solution that routes payment requests automatically to designated reviewers to approve; and that captures the audit trail between receipt of the invoice and the ultimate payment. Consider the following benefits:


by Julie Lubetkin, VP of Strategic Partners, Bill.com
Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Change. For some people, it can be a dirty word. Change means adjustment, radical re-thinking and perspective shifts – all daunting thoughts for an industry such as accounting that is based on risk mitigation and regulations compliance. 


by Geraldine Cruz, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Bill.com
Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Many articles tout the financial savings and ROI of moving from paper checks to electronic payments (ACH). How large is that number for your business? A previous blog postdetailed the costs of using checks. This blog post will discuss the the costs of using ACH and the calculation of ROI. 


by Michael Lewis, Guest Blogger, Bill.com
Monday, January 27, 2014

Michael Lewis is a former business executive who shares tips related to small business, entrepreneurship, and organizational behavior.


by Geraldine Cruz, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Bill.com
Friday, January 24, 2014

Nearly $10 per check. That is what market researchers estimate to be the cost of issuing paper checks. Contrast that with the roughly $1 per transaction for electronic payments (ACH). On the surface, that difference should catapult the migration from all paper checks to ACH to the top of your business priorities. But before you do, consider three critical questions: