Birdly for Slack

A Slack bot that does your expense reports

#2 Product of the DaySeptember 29, 2015
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Hello Product Hunters, I’m Quang, CEO of Birdly, we're thrilled to officially launch Birdly on Slack today! A few months in beta allowed us to build a simple rather powerful Slackbot that manages your expenses. What makes us different from our competitors is that you’re 30 sec away from onboarding your whole team. Meet Bill, your new assistant and your new best friend and enjoy the special offer exclusively for Product Hunters - Add the bot to your Slack Team - Talk to the bot and upload a snap of your receipt - Go back to work, Bill is working for you : extraction of data and filling your spreadsheet It also works with a pdf. If you want him to tell you a joke, he can, too. If you want to know more about the story from our mobile application to our slackbot : We're here to answer all your questions !
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@qhoang09 Finally, a useful bot! Congratz guys ✌
+1 I have been using this for the past month... such a time-saving bot
@pforpineapple Thanks Anas, having you guys on board and using the bot massively was a great victory for us. We've known each other for a year and you never bothered to change behaviour to use our former mobile application, I guess now, we fit into your workflow.
I've been using it for a month and this is a no-brainer: no setup, it takes about 20s to expense something. Highly recommended.
Seriously like the concept of this. I've always been keen to use ReceiptBank but could never be bothered to change behaviour to use it. This works with how I work, and that is extremely powerful in any innovation. Haven't used it yet, but kudos for the concept.
@gpat_uk Thanks Graham, feel free to try it out, we're open to your feedback :) Cheers
I used this helping our treasurer keep our finances clear and in check in a student club I was a leader in. It's really handy and really to quick to get financial records correctly set up and saved. +1 here.
@linkchef Thanks Jacob ! Did you try jokes with Bill? Not only can it keep your finance clear, but maybe it could make it fun :)