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Outright and Expensify, web apps that we’ve covered previously on WWD, are joining forces to make expenses management even simpler. As Jennifer reports over on GigaOM, bookkeeping app Outright today releases a beta version of the site that uses Expensify’s API, meaning that credit card expense […]

Outright and Expensify, web apps that we’ve covered previously on WWD, are joining forces to make expenses management even simpler. As Jennifer reports over on GigaOM, bookkeeping app Outright today releases a beta version of the site that uses Expensify’s API, meaning that credit card expense data generated using Expensify can be automatically imported into your company’s books in Outright. If you’re in the Outright beta group you can try out this feature right now; everyone else will have to wait for the full launch, due in about two weeks’ time.

Outright is part of the Small Business Web, a movement that we’ve written about before, which aims to bring closer collaboration between web apps in order to make their offerings stronger. Expensify and Outright are certainly a very natural fit — hopefully more companies will be persuaded that joining together like this results in a better product.

What other apps would work well together like this?

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  2. [...] and rewards programs make them a favored option. This new partnership with Expensify, which we covered while it was in beta a few weeks back, allows you to now directly import your credit card [...]

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  3. [...] for small businesses and anyone on the web really.  Interested in the latest app developed for bookkeeping?  They have it.  Want to be more efficient in your daily routine?  They certainly can help you [...]

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