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Shoeboxed gets smarter e-receipt scanning

Receipt scanning by mail service Shoeboxed unveils a new version of its digital receipt scanner that does a better job at helping you manage your expenses. We give a spin.

By Sep. 2, 2009


Buried in business cards? Try Cloud Contacts or Shoeboxed

For those who hate to scan or type, two services let you mail them your business cards, and will data-enter them for you.

By Oct. 20, 2008


Shoeboxed now tags scanned receipts for you

Receipt-scanning service Shoebox now looks at scanned receipts and puts them in expense categories for you.

By Oct. 8, 2008


Shoeboxed and Price Protectr partner to save you cash

Save money on stuff you bought using a service that both scans your receipts and now alerts you to price drops after the fact.

By Aug. 11, 2008


Shoeboxed, the Netflix for receipts, gets smart tracking tools

Got a bunch of receipts you keep having to squish inside one of those envelope holders? Try Shoeboxed instead--it'll let you send those suckers in to be meticulously categorized.

By Jun. 18, 2008


Webware Radar: Dropio makes music-streaming push

Also: Google Analytics has a new proficiency test; Shoeboxed has partnered with FreshBooks; and PowerReviews has an all new revenue model.

By Mar. 3, 2009


Cloud Contacts now turns phone pics into online business cards

The online manager for offline business cards now lets you take pictures of business cards with your phone and have them sorted with the rest of your online contacts.

By Feb. 18, 2009


Judge me by what I buy! Stereotyping on Shoeboxed.com

The Internet start-up Shoeboxed.com offers a strange mix of purchase and receipt capture and social networking.

By Nov. 7, 2007


Startups at SXSW: Lots of buzz, little substance

The deluge of highly touted but ephemeral products at SXSW highlights a mounting lack of substance among new startups.

By Mar. 26, 2012


Starter Web apps for small businesses

If you want to organize your business, look no further than these five online services. You won't be disappointed.

By Mar. 4, 2009