July 23, 2014 – SpendMap, a leading provider of cost-effective e-procurement software for companies that need to streamline their Purchasing processes and control their spending, today announced general availability of the 2014 Release of SpendMap, which includes more than 30 new features and capabilities to help customers slash paperwork, control spending and cut costs.
Some of the new features include:
- New Expense Reimbursement Requests can be used to replace paper or Excel-based “expense sheets”, to reduce paperwork, accelerate the approval process, and simplify reporting for employee expense reimbursements.
- QuickBooks integration, to push approved invoices (“bills”) and expense reimbursement requests directly into QuickBooks, without the need for “batch file” imports/exports.
- More extensive use of item images, including an option to include image thumbnails in search result lists, to help users when selecting items.
- Enhancements to the Budget Tracking feature, including the ability to view the current status of budgets directly on the Requisition, Purchase Order and RFQ entry screens, and a prominent warning message on the Requisition Approval Screen if budgets have been exceeded.
- Google’s Chrome web browser is now officially supported.
- New e-mail notifications to keep users updated on important events.
- Various performance and usability improvements.
Version 12.6 is now available to paying customers using the web-based version of SpendMap. The free Windows/desktop version (The Free-Procurement Project) will be updated shortly.
SpendMap is a leading developer of cost-effective software solutions for companies that need to streamline their Purchasing processes and better control their spending. For 20 years, SpendMap has been helping customers improve their purchasing, payables and materials management processes to slash paperwork, control spending and cut costs. For more information, please visit www.SpendMap.com or call 1-800-506-3366.