CLEVELAND, OHIO (PRWEB) January 25, 2013
Rivet Apps, Inc. announced the introduction of Go! Expense Pro, their new mobile application product for everyone from individuals to well-established businesses. This exciting solution offers fast and easy expense report creation and receipt management on Apple’s iPhone, iPad and iPad Mini. Go! Expense Pro lets mobile business professionals take control of their expenses wherever and whenever they want.
With the release of this new app, expense management just got easier. Here are a few of the key Go! Expense Pro features:
With an install base of thousands in over 50 countries within weeks of their launch, Rivet Apps has cut through the clutter of expense apps that over-promise and under-deliver. Rivet Apps founders believe the need for improved mobile solutions for business is clear.
About Rivet Apps, Inc.
Rivet Apps provides mobile solutions to keep businesses connected. The founders’ belief that business needs for mobility were not being met led to the development of the exceptional apps Go! Expense Pro and Go! Expense. These apps provide intuitive expense, mileage and receipt management to small businesses, non-profits and entrepreneurs. With support for more than 70 countries, business professionals, global travelers and international contractors have the flexibility of recording expenses in most of the world’s currencies. Improving business productivity and efficiency is a key to competing effectively in today’s competitive marketplace. To learn more about Rivet Apps and its products, visit RivetApps.com.
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