Divvy offers a 100% free expense platform that is suitable for any kind of accounting practice and its clients. With expense reports, receipt capturing and employee reimbursements could be easily forgotten. Just pick your budget, swipe the Divvy card, and close your books faster. There is no hassle in saving the receipts and reconciling them. This software is free to use, and its use gives you rewards. By seeing just the demo, you can earn $100.
- "What If" Scenarios
- Accounts Payable
- Accounts Receivable
- Activity Tracking
- Approval Process Control
- Approval Workflow
- Audit Trail
- Bank Reconciliation
- Billing & Invoicing
- Billing Portal
- Booking Management
- Cash Management
- Client Management
- Collections Management
- Business Tool Integration
- Automated Reminders
- User, Role, and Access Management
- Policy Compliance Management
- Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based, iPhone / iPad, Android
- In Person
- Live Online
- Live Support
Company Name: Divvy
Headquarter: United States
Overall: We wanted a solution for our different departments to have control over their spend while making sure we still had firm controls and oversight in place. Divvy met all those requirements for free.
Pros: Divvy has a great budgeting tool that allows you to easily segment departments so that they are in control of their own spend. Their app is easy to use to keep track of reciepts and ensure your team is in compliance. Best of all everything is free.
Cons: Getting set up and a credit line is a bit cumbersome as I have seen other companies have a much easier onboarding and offer higher levels of credit.
Overall: On a scale from 1-23 I’d give them a 23. It’s the people that make Divvy what it is. I’d give the developers and engineers a standing ovation every day if I worked at Divvy. They have truly built a remarkable product, kinda like Comcast.
Pros: Transparency when it comes to spending has shifted our company culture. People are now act more trustworthy with what they use the company card on. Any product that helps my company have a culture of openness & accountability will be a company I stick with for years to come. Cheers to Divvy on closing the gap of emotional and reactive spending & budgeting.
Cons: I wish I could get my cards overnighted from the second I order them. #RichBusinessManProblems
What do you like best?
I enjoy divvy because it works internationally. It has desktop and phone applications that make it easier for the user to check their expenses and update them on the go. It also requires the least amount of clicks I have ever used in one of these apps to submit an expense. The card is super beautiful and it has not given us any trouble. I like that I can see and use my different budgets and the best part: creating different virtual cards for online purchases which adds extra security for the company.
What do you dislike?
I am still new at divvy but so far there is nothing I don’t like. It seems very complete and very user-friendly. I had a slight issue, I made a purchase and I did not have the budget for it but it went through and put it inadvertently on other of my company’s budget, I would advise them to take a look at this and being able to select what happens in this cases will help a lot of companies.
Another thing that can improve is handling automatic currency exchange for reimbursements. The process is seamless but not that much for international teams.
What do you like best?
The on boarding process is immediate. Every new hire can immediately gain access to every budget, every card that they need the moment they have an account. You don’t have to wait for the physical car, you’ve got digital cards. You don’t have to wait for the bank to finish there stuff, it’s all right there in Divvy
What do you dislike?
There’s no apple or Google Pay support, which would make the physical card even more obsolete. The 2FA is a little clunky as it only accepts SMS authentication for now.
We wanted a solution for our different departments to have control over their spend while making sure we still had firm controls and oversight in place. Divvy met all those requirements for free.
Divvy has a great budgeting tool that allows you to easily segment departments so that they are in control of their own spend. Their app is easy to use to keep track of reciepts and ensure your team is in compliance. Best of all everything is free.
Getting set up and a credit line is a bit cumbersome as I have seen other companies have a much easier onboarding and offer higher levels of credit.