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Posted by on Oct 27, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Shoeboxed iPhone App to Revolutionize Expense Management in the Mobile Space

Shoeboxed is proud to announce the launch of our new free iPhone app that will change the way business-oriented people, travelers, freelancers, and even individual consumers use technology to organize their finances. With the new app, users can simply snap a picture of their receipts with their iPhone, automatically generate expense reports, and send the images to Shoeboxed.com to be digitally archived for auto-categorization, expense tracking, and reimbursements. All important receipt data such as date, vendor name, total, payment type, and IRS tax category are extracted from the photo image through Shoeboxed’s OCR and human-verified data entry system before being made available to the user in their Shoeboxed account or on their iPhone.  It is the ultimate mobile solution for receipt management, especially for those who travel often for business. With this iPhone app, users will no longer have to keep track of paper receipts and will automatically have a secure digital archive of their financial data for returns, reimbursements, and tax prep. Download the Shoeboxed app for FREE and...

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Posted by on Oct 16, 2009 in Uncategorized | 1 comment

How Tweeting is the New Door-to-Door Salesmanship

Like most things, the concept of a “salesman” has changed greatly over the past couple of decades. In the past, the word “salesman” conjured up images of a sharply dressed middle aged man showing up at your door with a briefcase and a sparkling smile, ready to push his wares and services. Many experts believe that with the proliferation of technology and the Internet, traditional salesmanship has lost that personal touch. We have seen the steady decline of institutions such as the weekly milk man, and even the occasional visit from an adorable Girl Scout selling cookies seems to hearken back nostalgically to a lost age of door-to-door salesmanship. However, one new development appears to be bringing back the idea of one-on-one micromarketing: Twitter. While Twitter certainly lacks the face to face interaction, it does provide a way for companies to reach out to individual consumers, garner their feedback, and engage them in a dialogue (limited to 140 characters, but a dialogue, nonetheless.) Twitter allows salesmen to hear what customers are...

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Posted by on Oct 7, 2009 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Blackberry Webcast on Online Apps, Mobile Services to Save Time and Money

Finding cost-effective ways to get a lot done with little, could mean the difference between success and failure in your business.  A recent Microsoft® study found that small businesses are investing in software-as-a-service (SaaS) and mobile devices to be more productive and sell more, without breaking the bank. Interested in hearing about different online apps and mobile services that can help you save time and money? Blackberry put together a webcast with Shoeboxed Head of Marketing Sonny Byrd, Intuit Product Manager Mary Shapiro, and President of Maximizer, Vivek Thomas. Check it...

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