ABUKAI Expenses - Account Types





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Published on May 7, 2012

ABUKAI's free account includes 12 expense report submissions per year (counted as sets of 10 receipts).

If you need more reports then just upgrade to a single-user or multi-user paid account.

The individual account at $99/year allows you to get started using ABUKAI yourself -- whether you're a sole proprietor or work at a large company. Just sign up with your credit card, and you are ready to go. You get access to the user portal to review stats, download reports or even upload your existing expense report format for customization. Report customizations are available for an extra charge. The user portal also allows you to keep a tab on what the company owes you and you can also include non-work expenses.

Corporate accounts provide access to the Corporate Account Portal where an administrator can manage multiple users with employee details. Also the seats can be re-assigned to employees as needed. All billing is unified through a single company invoice.

There are two types of corporate accounts:
1. The standard corporate account is for companies or departments that do not require any customization. It's available for a one-time set-up fee of $49, and then just $99 per year for each user. You can buy the standard corporate account directly from our website for up to 50 users.

2. The custom corporate account is for companies or departments that require some customization for example a customized expense report or an integration with a specific backend system. For the custom corporate account , just request a proposal based on your needs. We will call or email you to discuss your requirements, and then send a brief proposal. Once you are ready to move forward, you sign the agreement with us and we'll start the set-up process.

Get started now at http://abukai.com/buy with your individual or corporate account.

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