Last week I had a great conversation with Sharon McLoone, who writes about small businesses for the Washington Post. She wrote about us today in a great story that you can read here:
Here is an excerpt:
Shoeboxed’s goal is to make it easy for a consumer to digitize, organize, analyze and export receipts, which the company says can cause stress and harm the environment. Customers can organize receipts themselves for free online on the Shoeboxed Web site or try out a premium service that allows them to send in receipts to the company, which scans and uploads them to an account where they can be imported into a spreadsheet or exported to different programs like Quicken.
Also, we wanted to give a shout-out to Vivimedia, one of our small business clients who was also interviewed in the story. They are a creative services agency, and you can check out their website here.
This is what they had to say about Shoeboxed:
Reconciling receipts and accounts was the worst job I was doing on a regular basis as a small business owner. We’re not accountants. We’re artists. And now we can work on the stuff we like to work on.