We’re keeping the company updates short this month because the Pleo product has seen some big changes in the past few weeks.
Perky Blenders is one of the fastest-growing coffee companies in London – and this is how Pleo’s smart company cards help them to manage that growth.
Automation can be magic. The way Pleo does it, anyway. Our technology and tools stand ready to help clear your to-do list – without even realising you’re doing it. Our newest feature Fetch might be our star player on the automation front. But it’s a star player in a team of really, really talented players.
Fetch from Pleo automatically matches receipts in Gmail to your expenses, helping you to keep track of online purchases and subscriptions.
We've been working (very) hard to provide our accounting partners an even better service – here are a couple of ways we're offering them more.
Pleo’s Ida Støier offers her take on the current status of women in the accounting industry – and offers an exciting vision for the future.
Pleo UpdatesWhat Pleo stands for and why
I’ve only been at Pleo for a little while, but this much is clear: I have no idea where the meeting rooms are. Also clear: Pleo and its company values mean a lot to the people who work here. And we can do better when it comes to communicating those values to you.
Future of FinanceNetflix’s expense policy is not what you expect, but it works
Employees at companies like Netflix or Google can be up to 40% more productive than average workers, studies suggest. A considerable part of that is eliminating “organisational drag”, those internal processes or policies that take up way too much time. You know, like expenses. So how do they do it? Netflix’s expense policy is summed