Whoops of joy were heard throughout the open work spaces of The Neat Company this week: David Pogue, New York Times columnist and pre-eminent technology trendspotter, wrote about his “life-changing” discovery of NeatReceipts for Mac on his popular Pogue’s Posts blog.
His plight was similar to stories we hear from our customers every day: Traveling for business generates mountains of receipts – which must be kept, copied, documented on a spreadsheet and mailed before the promise of reimbursement. There must be a better way!
Indeed there is, Mr. Pogue. And we are thrilled that you’ve joined the ranks of thousands of Neatniks who have seen the organized, digital light.
And to David Pierce, the intern who convinced him to give NeatReceipts a try: you have an open invitation to stop by our office next time you’re in Philly. We totally owe you a beer.
Read the article here.