01 April 2015

American Express launches receipt capture app

14 November 2012  |  11524 views  |  2 American Express Web Logo

American Express has launched a new app for Android and iPhones that uses the mobile's onboard camera to snap and store receipts for later reconciliation with account statements.

Created exclusively for American Express Open business card members, ReceiptMatch can be used by company employees to capture images of receipts on the go and add a note to the transaction.

The captured images are automatically matched to the corresponding transaction on account statements.

"No more scribbling notes and trying to figure out which receipt is for which transaction on your statement at the end of the month," AmEx declares on the app download page.

Comments: (2)

Michael Fuller - None - London | 14 November, 2012, 17:40

This seems to be restricted to Corporate cardholders based in the US. It's certainly not available to download from Google Play in the UK.

Be the first to give this comment the thumbs up 0 thumb ups! (Log in to thumb up)
A Finextra member | 15 November, 2012, 12:29

Cant find it on Play either. Regardless seems very basic if its just capture and tag.

Been using Scanthing on Play to scan reciepts. Great thing is that it does OCR (optical character recognition) meaning I can search for receiepts on the Google Toolbar on my phone by kewords.

Not sure what this gives me over that. 

Be the first to give this comment the thumbs up 0 thumb ups! (Log in to thumb up)
Comment on this story (membership required)
Log in to receive notifications when someone posts a comment

Finextra news in your inbox

For Finextra's free daily newsletter, breaking news flashes and weekly jobs board, sign up now.

Related blogs

Create a blog about this story (membership required)

Related stories

02 November, 2012
23 October, 2012
24 September, 2012
22 May, 2012
15 May, 2012
03 April, 2012
07 March, 2012
01 March, 2012
17 February, 2012
01 August, 2011
07 March, 2011
30 November, 2010

Related company news

Your browser is unable to support Flash files.

Top topics

Most viewed Most shared
Europe sets the pace as fintech investment...
6413 views comments | 29 tweets | 20 linkedin
UK online banking fraud losses soar 48%
5928 views comments | 16 tweets | 19 linkedin
Future Money Focus: Mariano Belinky, Santa...
5670 views comments | 12 tweets | 12 linkedin
Google preps Gmail bill payment feature
5190 views comments | 15 tweets | 12 linkedin
Barclays and PayPal join Government ID acc...
5034 views comments | 11 tweets | 11 linkedin

Featured job

Brussels, Paris or Frankfurt

Find your next job