Free Expenses Software with Coronavirus Offer

3 months ago

The Coronavirus pandemic has had a huge hit on many small and medium sized businesses around the UK. But an incredible number of organisations have stepped in to provide a helping hand at this time of need – and one of them is

What is the offer?

The expenses management software is currently free to new company sign ups until September. That’s a saving of £6.99 per month, meaning that if you sign up now you’ll be getting 6 months of the software at no cost whatsoever to your business. 

What does the tool do (key features) is primarily an Expenses Management Suite, enabling users to keep track of expenses by tracking mileage, scanning receipts and invoices, managing petty cash, card reports and more. However, also boasts a range of other useful features that benefit small businesses. These include advanced accounting features as well as the optional use of a free smart payment card. 

Who is the offer intended for?

The offer is valid for any new company signups who have not used before. The offer can be used by up to 20 users within your company, so is perfect for micro businesses. 

How do I sign up?

Head over to their sign up page to get up and running with their system for free. Or alternatively if you’re unsure, why not book a demo to see what it’s all about? 

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