frevvo + Google Apps: Part 2. Mileage Reimbursement

Does your organization uses Google Apps? You can combine frevvo + Google Apps to create some really cool and useful solutions. In Part 1 of this series, I showed you how to save submissions from a frevvo form into a Google Sheet.

Today, we’ll take a look at another common example. A workflow for mileage reimbursement is a routine business approval workflow used in many organizations. Unfortunately, it’s usually a PDF form (for example, see here and here).  It’s tedious and mistake-prone. Calculate miles manually from odometer readings, figure out the total mileage and reimbursement amount.

What a complete wasteMileage Reimbursement form of time!! With frevvo, everything is automated. Enter your origin and destination and the system will calculate the travel distance using the cloud-based Google Distance Matrix API. Of course, it’ll automatically add all the mileage and calculate the total amount. Try it yourself by clicking the image or this link.

Scarcity of talent is the #1 challenge most organizations face today. Why are your talented people wasting valuable time on unproductive things?

Digitize your approval workflows with frevvo. Your employees will be happier and you’ll be amazed at how much time & money you save. Doesn’t get any better than that. Interested? Contact frevvo today.

Like what you see? Check out Part 3 which shows you how you can create dynamic drop down controls where the choices come form a Google Sheet.

3 Responses to frevvo + Google Apps: Part 2. Mileage Reimbursement

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