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As 2023 comes to a close, I want to thank you, our customers and partners, for your partnership. We believe businesses deserve a partner actually committed to helping them save time and money. We’ve come a long way in our mission thanks to your ideas, feedback, and words of encouragement. Today, the average business on Ramp saves 5% per year on their expenses1—we’re just getting started.

150+ innovations unlocked fresh savings

It’s energizing to see businesses continue to save more with Ramp. This year, we helped you and your clients improve efficiency with new technology, partnerships, and events.

Our team accelerated its pace of innovation and shipped a new feature every three days on average (including weekends). We added critical capabilities like procurement and price intelligence to help you deepen your control and visibility in more areas. Our Year in Review 2023 highlights just a few of our major releases—from smart workflows that relegate expense reports to the past, to finance intelligence that helps admins and employees work at superhuman speed and fully automated procurement and AP that help finance teams scale.

With an average of over a thousand users onboarded to Ramp daily this year​​, we worked to seamlessly integrate with your favorite tools and workflows. Teams that rely on Microsoft 365 can now approve spend requests, review transactions, automate receipts, and access AI-powered insights directly through Microsoft Copilot and Teams. Employees using Gmail and Microsoft Outlook can work while Ramp auto-collects receipts from their inboxes. Those on business travel can take Uber or Lyft rides and order UberEats with their expenses instantly submitted. Admins can ‌sync employee data in sync by linking Ramp to leading HRIS solutions like ADP. More businesses are closing their books faster thanks to top accounting firms like PwC, Baker Tilly, and Aprio who have joined our network of partners. In 2024, we’re excited to build more innovative solutions with our partners.

This year, the Ramp team hit the road to meet more of you in person. From invigorating meetups at our new headquarters in New York to countless industry events like SuiteWorld, AFP Annual, and QuickBooks Connect, we were motivated by the many perspectives we heard on evolving the finance function. We are excited to continue this work together. Look out for more community events and an online discussion forum in 2024.   

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Customers built thriving businesses and organizations

As we head into the new year, the success of our customers remains at the center of our roadmap. Your stories of growth with Ramp are inspiring. 

A few standout examples:

  • The nonprofit First Tee helps millions of youth around the world build self-confidence and leadership skills through golf. Ramp and PwC together helped First Tee reduce bookkeeping time by 75% and improve spend compliance. First Tee San Francisco’s CEO Dan Burke says, “Ramp is increasing the investment our donors are making.”
  • Barry’s workouts empower their customers to build strength. Ramp’s tools empower Barry’s to build their business. With greater spend visibility and compliance capabilities to track operations expenditures and fixed charges in real time, it’s no wonder Senior VP of Finance & Strategy Steve Padis says his team is acting faster on top-line opportunities. 
  • Glossier has nurtured a loyal customer community with its direct-to-consumer beauty products. After Ramp onboarded Glossier in just six weeks to streamline global reimbursements and integrate with NetSuite, their employees are spending more time fostering customer relationships.  

Let’s build the future of finance together

In 2024, we have ambitious plans to help finance teams eliminate more low-impact work and apply intelligence to even more areas. Our mission will be the same as it’s been since day one of Ramp: help more businesses save time and money. We are ready to go to work for you: try Ramp for free today

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Eric is the co-founder and CEO of Ramp. He previously co-founded Paribus, a digital tool that automates price protection and shipping guarantees at online retailers (acq. in 2016 by Capital One). Eric is an active New York-based angel investor. He graduated from Harvard with a BA in Economics and East Asian Studies, and was raised in Las Vegas.
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