September 12, 2014 – Automate Business Tasks is a web-based application that puts basic business tasks on autopilot. Often described as a combination of Mint and IFTTT, but with a focus on business users, helps organizations streamline their workflows and better manage financial tasks like bookkeeping, sorting bills, and keeping track of accounting paperwork.

Whichever financial tasks eat up the bulk of your time as a business owner, can most likely help with. The cloud-based service connects to more than 400 online providers, including banks, payment systems, and marketing and analytics services. Select which of the supported apps you already use, and then activate those apps to bring the necessary data into In addition to creating your own dashboards as a way to visualize the data coming in from your apps, you can also enable your apps to interact with one another. For example, you could create a new invoice in Freshbooks each time you receive a payment through Stripe. users can set up real-time alerts to find out immediately when their bank account balances are low, when bank transfers have processed, or when new charges have been assessed against their accounts. Dashboard metrics and cost analysis features also make it possible for businesses to retrieve data from bank accounts automatically via customizable widgets.

Practical Uses:

  • Run a cost analysis of your favorite business apps
  • See how many emails your company is delivering each month
  • Receive immediate email alerts when your bank account is low
  • Store backup copies of all your bills in a Dropbox account

Insider Tips:

  • Vote for any services that aren’t currently supported by
  • All files are stored locally within’s OS X app
  • connects to more than 400 business apps
  • is available in SaaS and as native apps

What we liked:

  • Businesses can easily backup copies of their most important documents
  • retrieves new bills for users automatically
  • connects to all kinds of business apps, not just financial institutions
  • Users don’t need an Internet connection to access their information in

What we didn’t like:

  • Online banking access is only available for certain companies in the US and UK


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Company Info:

  • Launched: 2013
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: London, England
  • Founded by: Thomas Guillaumin and Fabien Charbit
  • Web site: ht


  • Subscriptions start at $19 per month


  1. According to your article, the app was launched back in 2013. But didn’t heard about it. Seems interesting thing. Will sure explore it more.

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