Bill.com, a provider of paperless bill management and payment for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and certified public accounting (CPA) firms, has added the Bill.com application to the Google Apps Marketplace, Google’s online storefront for Google Apps products and services. Bill.com is a web application that allows users to review, approve, pay and file invoices online. Customers can automate their bill workflow from receipt through payment and access information needed to make better payment decisions. Users can now access Bill.com directly from Google Apps via single sign-on.
“Through the Google Apps Marketplace, software vendors like Bill.com are helping us build a rich ecosystem of integrated apps that work seamlessly with Google Apps, allowing users to realise the benefits of cloud computing in new ways,” said Rene Lacerte, chief executive officer (CEO) at Bill.com. “Google Apps customers know the benefits of moving their operations to the cloud and eliminating the headaches of on-premises systems. By adding Bill.com to the Google Apps Marketplace, we’ve made it extremely easy for Google Apps users to manage their entire day-to-day financial operations online while integrating with their accounting and banking systems.”
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