No paper, no photo, no email
Forget paper receipts, emails receipts and reconciling credit card statements. With Digital Receipts user receipt data is sent direct to the user's expensemanager profile in a digital feed.
How does it work?
Participating merchants send detailed receipt info which auto populates into the user vault ready for the user to review and submit.
What are the benefits?
* Hands free: No paper, no photo, no email, saves time and money
* Always accurate: direct data feeds mean no costly errors
* Smart matched: We match the receipt to the correct expense
* GST right: actual GST data received direct from merchant
* Enriched data: - Any additional data can be auto-populated into the expense fields (e.g. expense code and reason for travel)
What does a digital receipt look like?
Who's already on board?
The Rydo app is serviced by the GM Cabs network of 20,000+ reliable drivers Australia wide.
Exclusive to expensemanager users -
$20 fare discount for each user who signs up to Digital Receipts using our promo code
In partnership with Accor Hotels Asia Pacific, Digital Receipts will be rolled out across their extensive range of hotels over the coming year.
To celebrate, we’ll be giving away hotel vouchers to some lucky users. Register your interest below to be in the running.
With travel comprising a large percentage of expense items, it makes sense to have trip receipts automated.
Travel Beyond Group and Concierge Business Travel currently offer Digital Receipts, with more travel management companies joining soon.
And it's good to be green
Not only does going paperless save companies a lot of money, there's also the environmental impact of receipts.
In the US alone, over 940 million litres of oil and 10 million trees are consumed each year to create receipts, which is incredibly unsustainable.
And the benefits of cutting down on receipts extends beyond the environment and our cost to process. Deforestation has been linked to ethnic, religious and political instability across the world. Thermal receipt paper also contains a harmful chemical, Bisphenol-A, which instantl disqualifies receipt paper from recycling.
Globally, we have a huge challenge in creating a safer world, a more efficient economy and a more sustainable environment but creating positive change doesn’t require a monumental societal shift.
Small decisions about even small pieces of paper can go a long way!