the smartest corporate card in the room, today launched its accounting
partner program, including a portal to help its customers find an
accounting provider that best fits their needs. In connection with the
portal launch, Brex is also announcing that its best-in-class
integrations with major accounting software and expense management
providers are now each officially approved by the Expensify, QuickBooks
and Xero software platforms.
With the enhanced integrations, Brex customers can now not only export
their Brex transactions to accounting software, but can also add
additional customization for their internal accounting classes,
locations and departments. The upgrades also bolster popular Brex
features including receipt matching and management, as well as clean
categorization of vendor spend on Brex cards within accounting and
“Since its launch, Brex has invested in helping streamline the
accounting processes of its customers – saving them time and money –
while also investing in accounting advice and infrastructure to support
customers. Today’s product announcement combines those two investments,”
said Michael Tannenbaum, Chief Financial Officer at Brex.
All accounting firms that are accepted to the Brex accounting portal
before June 30, 2019 will get an instant upgrade to Premium partner
status, giving them access to a dedicated account manager, premium
support for their customers, and co-branded marketing and educational
material. Additionally, accounting partners will benefit from waived
card fees for all their customers and an opportunity to have a full
profile in the partner directory, which they can use to promote special
offers to Brex customers seeking accounting services.
“Partnering with Brex has reinforced Kruze’s premium brand in the
startup community. Our customers love the product and have come to
associate the quality of the Brex experience with the quality of our
team. Working with Brex has been a true win-win for us,” added Vanessa
Kruze, CEO of Kruze Consulting.
to sign up today.
Brex is transforming B2B payments by creating corporate cards, rewards,
and travel programs that are tailored to specific industries. In 2018
Brex launched the first corporate card and rewards program specifically
designed for startups. By rebuilding the credit card tech stack from the
ground up, Brex is able to reimagine every aspect of corporate cards,
including underwriting, transparency and approvals, to create a
radically better experience for customers. Brex is backed by Y
Combinator Continuity, Peter Thiel, Max Levchin and more and has raised
$215M in equity and $100M in debt capital. The company’s headquarters
are in San Francisco.