Divvy product updates:

Divvy Reimbursements are free and now include ACH transfers.

Most expenses are easiest to track and manage when they’re put on one of your Divvy smart corporate cards. However, some expenses simply can’t be put on a card. Divvy Reimbursements make out-of-pocket spend, cash transactions, and mileage reimbursement a breeze to track. Best of all, they’re now included for Divvy customers at no cost whatsoever.

Yup, you read that right. Along with the rest of the Divvy platform, Divvy’s reimbursements tool is now 100% free. Even better, we’ve added the ability to reimburse employees via ACH transfer, making it faster, easier, and more secure than ever to track all of your spend in one place.

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New ACH reimbursements flow

For Divvy customers, the new ACH flow is simple. As an admin, you decide if you want to accept reimbursement requests, and if you’d like to pay them out via ACH. Once these choices are toggled ON, your employees will be able to submit reimbursement requests. Before they do, they’ll need to link their bank account.

New to Divvy Reimbursements? Here’s how it works –

Out-of-pocket reimbursements

For employee expenses requiring cash or one-off charges made outside of Divvy, reimbursements processed through Divvy track against existing budgets, making all your expenses visible in one platform.

Business mileage reimbursement

Reimburse employees for miles driven in a personal vehicle beyond their typical commute. Customize your mileage rate, or let Divvy automatically use the current IRS mileage reimbursement rate.

Two-step approval process

With a dual approval workflow, budget owners get a push notification to give initial approval or reject the request with a note. Admins are then notified to give final approval or bulk approve requests on the web.

Automatic ACH reimbursements

Once you approve a reimbursement request, Divvy automatically triggers an ACH transfer, and you’re finished. Your employees don’t have to wait for payday to get reimbursed, and you don’t have to lift another finger.