Abacus is a simple, fast way for businesses to reimburse their employees for company expenses. They are re-imagining from the ground up how expense reporting would have worked if it had been born mobile. Kind of like expense reports... without the report.
With the first two months of 2017 in the books, we at Abacus are excited to show you some of the capabilities we’ve recently added.
Middle-market businesses are in a tight spot: They are still facing intense cash flow pressure to remain successful, yet have grown enough to take on new burdens of a larger organization.
By combing CRM data, Abacus looks to provide finance teams with a clearer picture on costs accrued during marketing campaigns and events.
Abacus, the only intelligent expense management solution, announced it has integrated with Salesforce, the world’s #1 CRM company.
Expense-reporting software maker Abacus now can ingest American Express corporate card data without third-party intervention, Abacus co-founder and CEO Omar Qari said.
For the 2nd Time, Abacus Data Systems Appears on the Inc. 5000 list, Ranking No. 880 Overall and No. 81 in IT Services With Special Recognition as the #18 Top San Diego company
Omar Qari is the CEO of start-up Abacus software that provides a SaaS solution for real time expense management. In the run up to Christmas we interviewed him to discover more about his company and their plans for 2016. Abacus recently launched on the NetSuite appstore bringing their expenses platform to a wider audience.
Abacus, the real-time expense management pioneer, today announced enhancements to its platform designed to support the needs of large businesses. These enrichments, which are available now for all Abacus customers, enable organizations with as many as 1,000 employees to efficiently track, analyze and reimburse corporate expenses, streamlining processes and securing the insight needed to make intelligent business decisions.
Abacus, a Y combinator-backed startup, is reimagining expense reporting as a mobile-first tool, and the company announced today on its blog that it has raised $3.5 million in new funding.
Prior to Abacus, Omar was on the Payments Partnerships team at Foursquare, and on the Financial and Technological Services group at the Abraaj Group, a leading private equity investor in the emerging markets. He graduated from the Wharton School with an MBA and from Wake Forest University with a BS in Computer Science.
Prior to Abacus, Ted was a UX Designer at Foursquare, Venmo, and Google, and holds a patent in interaction design. He graduated from Bowdoin college.
Prior to founding Abacus Labs, Joseph was the Engineering Manager of the Mobile Team at Etsy and Software Enginner at Capital IQ.