ExpenseWire Selected as 2009 CODiE Awards Finalist in the "Best Software as a Service" and "Best Financial Software Solution" Categories

Wooster, OH, June 28, 2009 --(PR.com)-- ExpenseWire, a leading on-demand expense management software company, today announced that for the third time in a row it was chosen as a finalist for the prestigious CODiE awards. This year, ExpenseWire was selected as a finalist in two categories: "Best Software as a Service Solution" and "Best Financial Software Solution". ExpenseWire helps small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) control discretionary spending while giving their employees the convenience of preparing and submitting expense reports online via an easy-to-use, secure application. It streamlines the time-consuming process of submitting and reviewing expense reports and speeds reimbursements to employees, which also reduces costs for businesses.

Established in 1986, the CODiE Awards celebrate outstanding achievement and vision in the software, digital information and education technology industries. Nearly 190 judges encompassing tech trade journalists, consultants, educators, IT and product specialists, and other knowledgeable experts reviewed all of the products entered to select the 345 finalists.

"The competition is particularly steep this year during the 24th Annual SIIA CODiE Awards, making selection as a CODiE Finalist a real achievement," said SIIA president Ken Wasch. "All the companies on this year's list of CODiE Finalists should feel justifiably proud of their accomplishment in making it to this stage, and have much excitement to look forward to regarding the upcoming CODiE Awards voting!"

"Every decision about our solution is made with our end-users in mind. We're constantly evaluating what we can do to make an application individuals want to use. Once again that has paid off," said Andrew Vaeth, CEO of ExpenseWire. "In an economy such as this one, it is even more important to control expenses and to make your savings mandate a personal responsibility. It's really a win-win for all involved. The company can control spend while employees experience huge productivity gains."

Customers have flocked to ExpenseWire in such great numbers that the company doubled its user-base in 2008. The company has also experienced expansive distribution channel momentum. In 2008 alone, it announced strategic alliances with Paychex, Orbitz for Business and TRX.

About SIIA

The Software & Information Industry Association is the principal trade association for the software and digital content industry. SIIA provides global services in government relations, business development, corporate education and intellectual property protection to the leading companies that are setting the pace for the digital age. Visit http://www.siia.net for more information.

About the SIIA's CODiE Awards

Established in 1986, the CODiE Awards is the longest-running awards program in the software and information industry, showcasing the software and digital content industry's most innovative products and services. The CODiE Awards is the only peer-recognition awards program of its kind, providing a unique opportunity for companies to earn the praise of their competitors.

About ExpenseWire

Completely web-based, ExpenseWire automates the entire expense reporting lifecycle - from capturing and submitting, to approving, managing, reimbursing, and planning. It is the fastest solution to deploy and the easiest to use. ExpenseWire integrates seamlessly with existing systems - including personal and corporate credit cards, on-line travel tools, accounting systems and more.

With ExpenseWire, employees can electronically submit and approve expense reports without the hassle of spreadsheets or wasteful printouts. Reports are automatically populated with travel and services booked through your online booking tool, as well as expenses from corporate cards or personal credit/debit cards. The entire process, from receipt scanning to reimbursement, is simple and quick. It eliminates the headache and wasted productivity of traditional expense reporting processes.

To learn more, please visit http://www.ExpenseWire.com.

Sofie Dittmann