Metro Bank goes live on Sensibill after successful pilot
Metro Bank has gone live on digital receipt management software provided by Sensibill.
The Sensibill solution went live after a successful beta testing phase. The technology enables small business customers to capture, store and attach their receipts to transactions.
According to Sensibill, its automated technology extracts granular data from customer interactions. This enables client banks to greater understand their business customers’ needs.
The new receipt solution requires no sign-up and forms part of the bank’s small business banking toolkit.
“Managing paper receipts has been a notoriously cumbersome and inefficient experience for small businesses,” says David Thomasson, chief commercial officer at Metro Bank.
“During difficult times like these, our small businesses rely on us more than ever.”
When the bank first announced the Sensibill integration it said it had a “long list” of innovations in the pipeline.
Metro plans to embed “essential daily tasks of invoicing, receipt management, bookkeeping and VAT returns” into its app.
The bank signed a technology partnership with Wipro earlier this month in a plan to “transform” its testing and management services.
“Metro Bank understands that small businesses and gig workers need a better, simpler way to track their finances and manage expenses,” says Corey Gross, co-founder and CEO of Sensibill.