Seamlessly connect your ERP and accounting systems


Top accounting integrations

Automatically sync your expenses across QuickBooks®, NetSuite®, Expensify® and other top accounting tools. Keep your books clean and tidy with intelligent reconciliation and smart category management.

Best-in-class controls

Manage your T&E at scale with robust admin controls, provisioning, and granular reporting, plus optional approvals on every transaction.

Advanced fraud monitoring

Enhanced 2FA and automatic fraud monitoring and concierge dispute resolution for any suspicious transactions.

Stress-free accounting integrations

Seamlessly connect your accounting tools like NetSuite, QuickBooks, Xero, or Expensify to Brex. Streamline, customize, and control your expense management flow with a simple plug-and-play system for integrations. (Integrations are approved by our partners.)

Expense management controls at scale

Intelligent categorization and automatic reconciliation help keep your books tidy, no matter where your expenses live. Easily issue and shut down cards as needed with custom credit limits.

Advanced fraud protection and zero liability

Get immediately notified of any suspicious activity in your organization. We provide world-class customer service, including:

  • Best-in-class support
  • Zero liability for fraud
  • Concierge dispute resolution
  • Wait times under 2 minutes

Instant receipt capture and matching

Never worry about the receipts piling up. Just take a photo of a receipt or forward an email and we'll automatically match it to an expense.

Virtual credit cards with no additional fees

Issue as many virtual credit cards for online purchase as you need. Custom admin controls and robust management tools make it easy to keep track of all of your virtual card expenses.

How do I know if I qualify?

Our underwriting technology helps us see if your company is the right fit for a Brex card the moment you connect to our systems.

Companies that have healthy cash balances or sales should consider using Brex.

    STEP 1

    Sign up in minutes

    STEP 2

    Connect to your bank

    STEP 3

    Start issuing virtual cards

What is ERP?
ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Planning. It refers to business process management software that uses a shared database and a system of integrated applications to streamline the processes and information of an organization. This supports and automates multiple functions across businesses. Examples of ERP systems include supply chain management, sales order processing, and human resources support systems.
What is integrated accounting?
Integrated accounting systems can streamline the management, ordering, and costing processes associated with a business’ finances. It is a type of application software that can combine and connect multiple accounting functions and features into a single system. There are several benefits to this, including the ability to access real-time information and the automation of functions such as job costing.
Why is ERP important?
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is important to businesses because it offers improvements in productivity and efficiency across an organization. It can facilitate better communication between departments, streamline processes, and eliminate errors. It also allows employees to access real-time information, provides an overview of business operations, and can lead to a reduction in labor and technology expenses.
What are the features of an integrated accounting system?
An integrated accounting system can feature core modules such as stock inventory, purchase orders, bookkeeping, billings, and general ledger. Businesses can also develop or add non-core modules to their system to meet their individual needs. Examples of these non-core features include timesheets, payroll, debt collection, electronic payment processing, and multi-currency support.
What are the benefits of integrated accounting software packages?
Combining major accounting functions into a single software package has several advantages for a business. It can improve the speed and efficiency of bookkeeping, as well as minimizing potential errors. Sophisticated functions, such as calculating commissions and job costings, can be automated, saving both costs and resources. Businesses can also access up-to-date information in real-time, which assists with decision-making and provides an overview of the organization’s finances.