I tried to use the default Sage 50 CSV file but the format is completely wrong.
Does Expensive support Sage 50 ?
I am using Sage 50 Quantum Canadian Edition. Can’t seem to figure out how to integrate and separate Corp expense from reimbursable. Anyone able to do this ?
Hi there, @KLee ! It looks like you've spoken to our Concierge team regarding this issue as well. It looks like you are using the standard Sage template, but this one doesn't apply to Sage 50. You will want to create a custom export template to make sure you build one for your needs. Click here to learn how to do this!
The Expensify website says you integrate with Sage 50:
Creating a custom template would be challenging at best since all of you CSV templates only support data by columns and sage 50 entries have both headers and footers.
As explained in the blog you posted, the way to integrate is with a Custom Export Template "Expensify now integrates with Sage 50 (formerly Sage Peachtree) using our customised CSV export format. Now your employees can easily create and submit expense reports in compliance with Sage 50 data requirements! "
When you say you have data entries in headers and footers, if you need a more customised export, as mentioned in the chat with Concierge you are in: you can create your own template with the information you need. Everything you need to do this can be found here .
Let us know how you get on and reach out if you have any more questions!
Hi @Zany Renney does Expensify offer a service which helps companies set this up? Our firm would like to implement Expensify, however, we would need Expensify to set up the file format ready for import into Sage 50 on our behalf.
We do! I recommend reaching out to [email protected] and our team can help get you set up! Also, feel free to click the Call button in the corner of cards within your Inbox page to get in contact with our Guides team.
As always, any questions — just let us know!
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