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It’s (Not) Complicated

September 24, 2012

There are many things that can keep you up at night. Worries about your famReneLacerte1ily, concerns about your company’s bottom line, thoughts about how to anticipate—let alone pay—the next bill coming around the corner. These are all legitimate concerns that have driven all of us to late night TV or warm milk at one time or another.

There is, however, one thing that should never keep us up at night, and that is technology. And that’s why we are so gratified to have received K2 Enterprises’ 2012 Quality Award for Ease of Use. The K2 Quality Awards are determined by end user feedback and experience from consulting and extensive teaching. The awards are designed to acknowledge leadership in technology.

Technology was, after all, created to be our friend. It should help us do our job better, communicate easier and sleep better at night. Here at Bill.com, we’ve used technology to digitize a historically paper-based and time-consuming process, allowing financial professionals to access online bill payments, e-invoicing, document management, and automated workflow through one easy system. Our goal has been to wipe away a major source of worry and simplify life for our customers. 

Our Cash Flow Command and Control System ™ can be set up in less than an hour, enabling new users to synch all their accounting systems, connect to their bank account, set control parameters, and customize their pages and payment methods in that short amount of time. And then, once they are up and running, our users can connect to Bill.com from any device, any place, any time. This is the Cloud working for us—a prime example of how technology can make our lives easier. And since we offer the highest level of encrypted security—which, let’s face it, has to be better than having all your files in a cabinet at the office—another major concern has been wiped away as well.

So, dream big, worry less, and build great businesses!

René Lacerte, CEO and Founder, Bill.com

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