The Invoice Approval Software You Need
Trusted by more than 10,000 companies across 121 countries.
Simplify and Expedite Invoice Approval
Streamline your invoice approval workflow effortlessly
Install a pre-built app, or create one from scratch to automate the invoice approval process.
Design a unique workflow, enforce business rules, and edit fields easily using drag-and-drop tools.
Share the app with your team and route the invoice through all stakeholders for easy validation.
Get 360° visibility of every invoice using audit trails, an intuitive dashboard, reports, and more.
Integrate with third-party apps and customize the process flow as required to enhance efficiency.
Take Control of Your
Invoice Approval Process!
Purchasing teams around the world use KiSSFLOW to simplify their invoice approval process and improve their spend culture.Try For Free!
Drop in invoice
Increased employee productivity
Restore Order in Invoice Approval
KiSSFLOW’s invoice approval system speeds up the process, ensures compliance, and makes three-way matching easier with automation.
Auto PO Matching
Purchase order details are auto-populated in the form for easy comparison
Ensure deadline adherence with automated process flow and notifications
Implement policy and regulation change easily with a flexible application
Get in-depth spend insights from visual reports and interactive dashboard
Configure your own workflow with role-specific permissions and visibility
Customers Rave About KiSSFLOW
Over 10,000 companies across the world use KiSSFLOW as their invoice approval software. And they all love what it can do for them!
KiSSFLOW is really intuitive and easy to use. Other software requires us to contact someone if we want to make a change. With KiSSFLOW, we can do it all ourselves and track the complete invoice approval process.
Daniel Coppess, Quality Companies LLC
KiSSFLOW streamlined our invoice approval process. The electronic paper trail helps us track everything. Now, no request is overlooked and reports provide the finance department a clear picture of the expenditure.
Neil Freebern, Burr & Burton Academy