Snap has been developed by Crunch in partnership with Receipt Bank to bring you an incredibly easy way to record your expenses in your Crunch account.
All you need to do is take a photo of your expense receipt, indicate how you paid for it, submit it to Snap for processing. Snap will analyse the receipt contents and create an expense in your Crunch account with the original image saved as an attachment.
Snap is available in two versions: Lite and Unlimited
Crunch Basic clients have automatic access to Snap Lite, which is designed for clients that incur expenses less frequently and allows 15 item scans per company director, per month, at no charge.
You can choose to upgrade to Snap Unlimited at any point.
Crunch Plus clients have automatic access to Snap Unlimited, which is designed for clients who need to expense more frequently.
We'll process as many items as you can scan!
For more information of Snap Unlimited billing, click here
Downloading Crunch Snap:
For iPhone: You can download Crunch Snap for iPhone from the App Store
For Android: You can download Crunch Snap for Android from the Android Play Store
Enabling Crunch Snap:
Once downloaded, you’ll need to enable access from within your Crunch account by activating Crunch Snap in the ‘Your Crunch’ tab, and then the ‘Subscription’ sub-tab underneath.
From here, scroll down until you get to the header ‘Mobile applications’, where you should see the app information as well as the service description. Once you’ve checked the box and selected ‘Get Started’, you’ll be prompted to choose the version you want to activate.
You can then log into your Crunch Snap App using your crunch account login credentials.
To enable more accurate processing of your receipts, please update your bank accounts in Crunch to include the last four digits of the sixteen-digit card number. This will allow for the expense to be marked as paid in Crunch which will mean cutting down on administration.
Before using Snap for the first time, we recommend reviewing your "Suppliers" under the "Expenses" tab and assigning the suitable "default expense type" to each supplier.
Snap won't always know what the expense relates to and may assign the expense to a category that isn't appropriate, so we’d recommend preventing this by spending a moment reviewing your supplier's settings to ensure you get the full benefits of the app and its features