Keeping track of receipts can be a real pain. You can enter the information into a spreadsheet yourself or spend $200 on software that makes you scan and file receipts. A better solution is Shoeboxed.
—Carla Thornton, USA Today
The company this week launched a new initiative called “Shoeboxed Labs,” which will allow it to roll out experimental features to its core service more rapidly. The first feature is called “Price Deputy,” a price comparison service that alerts consumers to better deals after they purchase.— Sarah Perez · September 20, 2013
One of my favorite productivity apps is Shoeboxed… Many small business owners wear many hats. I’m pretty sure the hat that many of them would kill to eliminate is organizing a shoe box (get it) of receipts. Shoeboxed makes it stupid simple to scan receipts as you get them for fast organization with the time comes.— Terrance Gaines · January 24, 2013
While you can track your small business receipts using nothing more than a scanner and spreadsheet, you might consider using one of a number of online services. If you’re looking for reliable storage for digitial tax receipts, consider Shoeboxed.— Lauren Simonds · April 4, 2013
Clear those receipts out each night, shredding the ones you don’t need. But for receipts you save, keep them safe by going digital. Apps such as Shoeboxed create and categorize digital copies of your receipts and business cards.— Emily Inverso · July 9, 2012
Shoeboxed will scan the papers and index them in your account. From there, you can generate highly detailed, sortable reports, and integrate them into your existing database systems, including Excel, Quicken, Outlook, Gmail, Freshbooks, and many others. Essentially, the service can turn a pile of disorganized paper into an expense report or contact database without you ever touching a keyboard.— Matt Silverman · May 3, 2010
True, photographing receipts with your phone is a lot easier than feeding them into a scanner. But when you’re faced with a whole month (or year) of crumpled papers, even this task can be daunting. With Shoeboxed’s premium plans, you can mail even your most wrinkled receipts to the service’s Durham, N.C., office to have them scanned and verified by a human being.— Laura Moser · March 22, 2013
Mr. Garland solves his clutter problem — the piles of papers and receipts — with Shoeboxed. “They send you a prepaid envelope and you shove everything in there,” he said. “They digitize it and create a content management system for you, then send back the originals.— Eilene Zimmerman · March 2, 2011
On the best and most helpful software: If you have receipts throughout the year there’s something called Shoeboxed. You actually send the company your receipts, and they scan the documents for you and upload it. Then, you can then download it to your tax software or use it however you want.— NPR Staff · March 4, 2013
The bottom line: no more crinkled, unorganized receipts, no more expensive scanners, no more data entry or lost documents, and best of all, no more stressful tax seasons.— Natalie Sisson · October 27, 2010
Shoeboxed is great for outsourcing paperwork. The service mainly catalogs receipts, but you can also send any other paper product. Everything is scanned and organized in an online portfolio for you.— Ari Meisel · November 11, 2011
The American Underground, a community and co-working space for entrepreneurs in Durham, NC, welcomes new anchor tenant Shoeboxed this week, after completing a 52,000 squarefoot expansion.
March 2, 2015
New Downtown Durham office will place local startup as anchor tenant at the recently expanded entrepreneurial hub.
February 25, 2015
Contest participants who submit their 15 receipts by April 15 will be randomly selected towin one of three prizes including a ScapSnap iX100, one year of Shoeboxed or $1000.
January 19, 2015
Users will now be able to link their Gmail and Shoeboxed accounts so that incoming email receipts will be automatically pulled into Shoeboxed to have the vendor, total amount, date and payment method extracted.
May 8, 2014
Forrester Research predicts that only 5-10% of shoppers actually take advantage of price matching guarantees. Price Deputy aims to increase that rate by automatically comparing your purchases to those of other shoppers.
September 13, 2013