Divvy is the world's first free, fully-automated spending and expense management software. Divvy tracks company expenses and provides real-time budget insight so you can proactively make spending decisions to better maximize company budgets.
Designed for small- and medium-sized businesses who are tired of wasting time with old-school expense management methods like Concur and Expensify. Divvy provides visibility and control over budgets and spending while it happens.
- Automatically record, report, and submit expenses
- Live expense reporting
- Automated receipt capture, itemized spending data
- User-friendly mobile and web apps
- Global currency compatibility
- Online (virtual) card generator
- Export transactions into QuickBooks, Xero, NetSuite, Intacct, and more
Download Divvy to save time, money, and gain real-time control over your business spend and expenses. Don't settle for antiquated and incomplete expense solutions like Concur and Expensify.
Improved login flow and MFA flow, bug fixes for receipt uploads, improved logging and performance, and more.
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Good. There is room for improvement
Good app for expense reporting, though some stuff is missing. I’d love to see receipt scanning functionality (like Dropbox, Notes or OneDrive do) instead of just taking a picture. It would also be of use if I could attach not only from photo library but also from Files.
Since this is a business credit card first and foremost, I’d like it to have rental car insurance as one of the perks.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for the feedback! We've taken note and will add it to our feature request list. If you'd ever like to talk to someone on the product team, please send us a note! firstname.lastname@example.org
Lots of headaches for something that should be simple
The value proposition of Divvy is nice on paper, but the way things are setup makes actually paying for stuff 10x harder than it needs to be. Budgets have people and people have funds within each budget. You can't share a budget with multiple people; each person must have a specific amount of the assigned funds given to them.
Because of this, if you want to buy something, you have to have enough funds assigned to you in one budget. If you don't have enough funds well... Good luck. You have to go into the budget, determine how much is available because the calculations in the app are usually inaccurate or don't make any sense, remove allocated funds from someone else (if they have enough) or increase the size of the budget. Then restart the app so the new budget is updated and assign the new amount to yourself (good luck if budget is recurring). If you made it that far, you can finally put in your credit card number (that you can't see in the app for some reason) and pray that you did everything right so you can pay for lunch.
Developer Response ,
Hey Mitch. We definitely hear you on this feedback around budgets and have an exciting roadmap including most of these things. As heavy users of Divvy ourselves, we're looking to make these shortcomings strengths throughout 2020. If you're open to chatting, shoot an email over to Tyler, our VP of Product (email@example.com) He'll be keeping an eye out for it. - Jacob
It only keeps getting better
As a Divvy user for nearly two years the updates and new features keep coming. Most everything that I would do in a browser is now possible on the mobile app saving time and allowing me to administer budget updates on the go. Even customer feedback has made its way into recent versions.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.