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Shoeboxed Comments

Good for scanning and storing receipts and business cards. Not much more.

Comment by stijnh1
about Shoeboxed and concurix, BigTime Jul 2015

Great tool to replace your cardboard shoebox. And it does that very well. Many other tools don't allow you to extract the scans of your receipts/cards later and SB makes that easy. but for real expense management it's better to look at tools like concur or bigtime.

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Free version has liimits

Comment by JohnD1999
about Shoeboxed Jan 2013

Read the fine print. Free version has limits. This really should be under Commercial as Trial Ware.

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