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Expensify to Mavenlink Integration?

JeromyJeromy Expensify Customer Posts: 9 Expensify Newcomer
edited August 2018 in Integrations and API

Has anyone done a Expensify to Mavenlink integration? Can you provide a sample?

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  • CloverlandConsultingCloverlandConsulting Posts: 2 Expensify Newcomer
    edited October 2017 Accepted Answer

    I asked Expensify about this a while back for a client and they replied:

    "We would be able to integrate with Mavenlink via CSV file upload. Essentially, the way this works is that Expensify creates a file that contains all of the expense information that you need to upload to Mavenlink. You can generate that file in Expensify and upload to Mavenlink whenever you need to pass data between the two systems.

    For more information check out our help site here. "

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