Expensify Adds Permissions with New 'Wingman' Feature

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Expensify announced Saturday a feature that lets a business customer of its expense report software share access with one other person.

Wingman, the name of the new feature, is meant to be used by executive assistants, for example.

Small business owners often express the need for better financial collaboration tools.

The young San Francisco company designs software to eliminate pain points from the expensing process.

In the same announcement today, Expensify also said it overhauled its user interface in a bid to simplify the experience.

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