ABUKAI Announces Mileage Tracking in Expenses App

ABUKAI, Inc., announced a very handy update to their business productivity application with the addition of mileage tracking. Users will now have the ability to enter the data by simply taking a picture of a note or travel sheet. Let’s say youwant track the mileage from Cleveland, OH to Orlando, FL from today. All one would have to do is simply jot the notes down on a piece of paper with the following information:

February 8, 2011
From Cleveland, OH
1,100 Miles

ABUKAI Expenses will automatically take the information and process it into an expense report, calculating based off of standard mileage allowance rates or from specific rate determined by a business.

We had the pleasure of speaking with ABUKAI on a recent episode of AGTN, where we found it to be among the coolest and easiest way to manage finances and expenses. Android users are definitely encouraged to check it out by visiting http://abukai.com/install. The app is free to download with two expense reports (with up to ten items) at no additional cost. If you want to read more, be sure to hit up the Abukai site.

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