According to Everlance, subscribers have grown tenfold in the last two years driven by consumers wanting an easier way to document their expenses and organise their financial life.
As the service has grown, Everlance says it has focused on continuing to improve the level of automation and personalisation, with its service designed so that the more someone uses the product, the more productive they become.
Everlance says its new partnerships with Xero and FreshBooks represent its first direct integrations with cloud accounting platforms, and mark a major step in the company’s vision of empowering freelancers and SMBs to put their finances on auto-pilot.
“We’re thrilled to be working with FreshBooks and Xero. In addition to being fantastic products and common requests from users, we all share a common vision of using automation to make the frustrating parts of being an independent worker completely disappear.”
“Xero's open platform allows us to seamlessly integrate with hundreds of third party apps to automate the flow of data so that our customers can spend less time on administrative tasks, and more time building their business,” said Aaron Bloom, senior product manager – Americas, Xero.
Mark Girvan, chief commercial officer, FreshBooks, said the new integration between Everlance and FreshBooks enabled self-employed professionals to automatically track business mileage and expenses to maximise deductions at tax time.
“As more and more people strike out to work for themselves, seamless experiences that save them time and money will make all the difference in their success," Girvan said.