In the coming months, NeatReceipts also plans to add automatic backup and batch scanning features.
“We focus in on each specific vertical that applies,” Vogel said. “We look at the audience we’re selling to and create the solution that makes sense.”
During the next year, the company plans to expand its reach through big-box and regional retailers to strengthen consumer sales. Retailers currently make about 20 points on the product, which retails for $229.95.