In this video, we walk you through TripLog for Accounting Web dashboard setup and highlight some of the features and benefits of using the dashboard.
Clients use the TripLog app to manually or automatically track mileage.
Bookkeepers use TripLog’s web portal to access client’s mileage data.
Accountants use TripLog’s web portal to upload client’s mileage to QBO.
Accountants log in to QuickBooks to finish their work.
WHAT IS A TRIPLOG BEACON?
Not only can accountants and bookkeepers access their client’s mileage data in one place – they can choose to pay for their TripLog accounts or let clients pay by themselves. This gives you the flexibility of offering value-added services to your clients and managing your bills with ease.
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Using outdated manual mileage logs can cost businesses thousands of dollars per year in lost time and incorrect reimbursements. See how much TripLog can help you save!
Number of drivers
Average miles daily per person
Number of trips daily
Annual mileage reimbursement costs based on the numbers you provided.
Annual Mileage Reimbursement
50 mi/day x 100 drivers x $0.54 (5 days x 50 wks)
This is the inline help tip! You can explain to your users what this section of your web app is about.
According to research, on average employees inflate the mileage by 25% when self reported.
Estimated Reimbursement Savings
People on average spend 2 minutes on manually recording trips.
Manual Entry Hours
2 mins x 10 trips/day x 100 drivers (5 days x 50 wks)
Taking national average $25 hourly rate.
Estimated Labor Savings
Avg. $25/hr x Manual Entry Hours
(Labor Savings + Reimbursement Savings) / Number of Drivers