Flux Integration


#1

Whilst photographing a paper receipt is good, although I note a previous request for OCR, how about Flux https://www.tryflux.com/ integration, which could also hopefully be tied to any subsequent Expensify tie in. Tjis would all add to the simplification of expenses.


#2

I personally don’t like the idea of having a third party act as an intermediary between merchants and financial institutions, sharing purchase data and transactions.

There’s another startup who’s currently working on a similar thing, their patent details are outlined here: https://patents.google.com/patent/US20160092891A1/en?assignee=INTEGRATED+REWARDS+INC.


#3

Look what I’ve just seen:


#4

I can understand this concern, however how is flux any more an intermediary than say Curve? Both have the capability to track spending habits, although I realise flux is able to do this in more finite detail.

I really do like the idea of flux, being able to integrate and replicate this technology on Curve would defiantly a massive draw, especially to business users. This only issue at the moment is that there are only a handful of places that are signed up as partners.

Fingers cross this is the beginning of the end for paper receipts.


#5

Flux would have item specific transactional level data from the merchants side as well rather than Curve which just has general transactional data for the purchase.


#6

I am using my Starling Card in Flux enabled chains in order to easily capture receipts for business expenses, seams a shame when I could be using it or another card through my lovely Curve Metal.