Tallie Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

Tallie

Expense reporting workflow automation

4.15/5 (20 reviews)

Tallie Pricing

Starting from: $9.00

Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)

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$9 per active user*, monthly, with a $50 minimum monthly fee

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Tallie Pricing Reviews

Pros
  • Clean interface Has an app, so receipts can be uploaded via app, emailed, or uploaded via desktop Expenses recognized by Amex pre-populates
  • Easy end user interface on web and smart phone. Relatively easy to set up compared to other apps. Good integration with Bill.Com, QuickBooks etc
  • It's relatively flexible in terms of how it lets you set up your expense tracking. There are lots of options for how to set up approvals, how to fine-tune employee access, etc. It also has a nice sync with Bill.com and QuickBooks Online, which is its most useful feature. Once you get over the learning curve, it actually has some really nice advanced features, like being able to "masquerade" as different users, setting employees up as "executive assistants" to be able to help the less tech-savvy employees complete their reports correctly, and somewhat complex approval workflows.
Cons
  • Cost is mitigated by time savings over more manual processes but is a barrier for some organizations. Integration with QuickBooks vendor list.
  • At first, using Tallie can be somewhat confusing, but becomes more intuitive over time. Beware that if you email the receipt to Tallie, your signature may cut off the actual receipt.
  • The online support isn't amazing. I've found out better information from reading forums than from reading Tallie's support page. They do have helpful email support, which is nice, but I just wish there were better resources so I could help myself with little setup issues more easily. It's also way more expensive than other expense management software, and cost-prohibitive to use with some of our smaller clients. I also wish you could set expense reports to auto-submit at the end of the month, but you can only set that up for expenses coded to a corporate credit card.
94%
recommended this to a friend or a colleague

3 reviewers had the following to say about Tallie's pricing:

Tiffany Woods

Does the job

Used monthly for 6-12 months
Reviewed 2017-12-05
Review Source: Software Advice

Overall, a good value. Clean interface Has an app, so receipts can be uploaded via app, emailed, or uploaded via desktop Expenses recognized by Amex pre-populates

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Tallie

Expense reporting workflow automation

Meredith Smith

Awesome app for expense tracking

Used weekly for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2018-03-01
Review Source: Software Advice

We provide client accounting services to small businesses. We researched and tested a number of expense tracking apps before we started recommending Tallie to our ClientsEasy end user interface on web and smart phone. Relatively easy to set up compared to other apps. Good integration with Bill.Com, QuickBooks etc

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Tallie

Expense reporting workflow automation

Amy Price

Grasping for that balance between easy-to-use and having lots of features

Used weekly for 6-12 months
Reviewed 2018-02-06
Review Source: Software Advice

Tallie is a pretty good piece of software. I wouldn't recommend it to everyone because of the learning curve for getting comfortable with the software, and I think there are some simpler out-of-the-box solutions out there, but Tallie really can do a lot, and we definitely have rolled it out to some of our clients with great success.It's relatively flexible in terms of how it lets you set up your expense tracking. There are lots of options for how to set up approvals, how to fine-tune employee access, etc. It also has a nice sync with Bill.com and QuickBooks Online, which is its most useful feature. Once you get over the learning curve, it actually has some really nice advanced features, like being able to "masquerade" as different users, setting employees up as "executive assistants" to be able to help the less tech-savvy employees complete their reports correctly, and somewhat complex approval workflows.

Read the full review


Tallie

Expense reporting workflow automation