Blissfully pulls in spend information from several sources:
Invoices detected in email and parsed
Integrations with accounting and finance tools
Connections with your bank and credit card
Uploaded CSVs of transactions
Manually created subscriptions
Once you have fed Blissfully the relevant spend data, you can view and understand it in a variety of new ways.
Blissfully displays company-wide spend on a monthly basis, broken down by team, in two places:
Dashboard, for a quick overview
Reports, for more detailed analysis
Note that the graphs will not display the full range of information if you haven't configured your teams.
In the Reports view, you can change the reporting period from the default of monthly. You can also change the table below the graph to show a list of teams instead of a list of apps.
Teams have their own Spend tab that provides the same breakdown as the Reports page's table does, as shown above. The table only shows apps directly assigned to the team; it does not include apps (and associated spend) from child teams.
Similarly, the boxes at the top of the page showing last 12 month spend and last month spend per person do not account for child teams.
The Apps table provides a quick view a spend, showing spend from the last month and the last twelve months (TTM). The table also shows which sources Blissfully has detected app spend from.
Additionally, every app has a Spend tab where Blissfully displays all detected transactions for an app. Blissfully will also infer subscriptions based on recurring charges and group transactions by subscription. Depending on the situation, Blissfully may even detect and display the primary billing contact.