Recurring helps your company stakeholders track your recurring software expenses, usage, and efficiency without waiting for accounting reports. Our centralized dashboard helps you control and oversee your invoice data and team expenses, and gives you smart recommendations to optimize your monthly spending.
This review is from a Product/Business perspective.
We’ve all seen products that help you get your budget in order. They’ll help you understand your monthly spending (which frankly can be embarrassing…at least for me 😬 ) and give you an idea of where to cut back. Recurring aims to do this for your organization and empower you to decide whether to continue using that service, not just reminding you that you are now spending more money on Netflix, Hulu + sports, and Disney+ than you ever were with a standard cable package.
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Recurring has a lot going for it, they provide some really great information in a visually appealing way. They’ve also got some really cool features like “Smart Recommendations” which I was, unfortunately, unable to take advantage of right now but I likely will. I also like that they aren’t attempting to become another accounting platform. I started thinking about how to take Recurring further but it dawned on me that Recurring doesn’t need to push data and information back to apps like Quickbooks for the CFO or CPA. It’s really just a visualization tool that allows decision-makers to know if and where they are bleeding capital on unused products. When it’s boiled down to that fact, Recurring really hits the mark.
You don’t use Recurring to replace accounting software, you use Recurring to empower your decision-makers to get information in an easily digestible format. If it’s time to pull the plug on a product, then Recurring gives you the data you need. As a bonus, they’ll even attempt to help you cancel. However, the downside is that Recurring is only as powerful as you allow it to be. That means you have to keep it up-to-date. Yes, it will connect to accounting software but that is never 100% accurate. If it were, then the job of a CPA would be 100x easier.
Recurring gets a score of 76%