Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Neat Announces Seamless Integrations with Intuit’s QuickBooks Online

Neat virtually eliminates data entry associated with receipts and invoices; speeds bookkeeping and accounting processes for small businesses
Neat, the leader in Smart Organization Systems for small businesses and home offices, today announced new integrations with QuickBooks Online, Intuit’s industry-leading small business accounting software. Critical financial records, like receipts, vendor invoices and expense reports, easily captured in Neat’s state-of-the-art system, can be sent to QuickBooks Online with a single click, leveraging all critical components already setup in QuickBooks.
Neat’s seamless integrations with QuickBooks Online makes it easy to get things done by virtually eliminating time spent importing and re-entering information. Using Neat, along with QuickBooks Online, helps small businesses, bookkeepers and accountants: 
  •     Reduce time and errors associated with manual data entry of receipts, expenses and invoices
  •     Eliminate the time-consuming use of spreadsheets for expense reports
  •     Improve efficiencies for sharing information between small businesses and their accounting team
  •     Reduce the time required to find and retrieve supporting financial transaction documentation
“Our customers are looking for a simple, streamlined workflow for managing and accounting for receipts and invoices,” said Neat’s VP of product management, Chris Barbier. “The introduction of Neat’s new integrations with QuickBooks Online, extends our ecosystem making Neat an even more invaluable tool for small business owners determined to save time and move on to what matters most.”
Neat’s integration with QuickBooks Online simplifies the receipts, vendor invoices and expense report processes that small businesses, bookkeepers and accountants deal with every day. For example, receipts can be sent directly to a QuickBooks Online credit card account to be matched against data imported from financial institutions. Likewise, vendor invoices and employee expense reports can be instantly delivered into QuickBooks reducing the time spent on tedious office tasks and eliminating manually data entry into accounting software.
As cloud-based accounting applications are more widely adopted, Neat’s cloud and mobile application integration with QuickBooks Online reflects Neat’s commitment to provide its customers with solutions that make it easy to access, share and transform paper and digital documents into streamlined workflows.
“Online invoicing and bill payments are a must have. By moving all of your accounts receivable and accounts payable to the cloud, small businesses don’t have to handle paper,” says Doug Sleeter, founder of The Sleeter Group, whose mission is to generate greater efficiencies and higher profits for accountants and small businesses using the most innovative and tested tools and systems. “Online accounting strategies increase efficiency, reduce fraud risk, and improve cash flow.”
Neat’s cloud-based application is available now on the Intuit App Center with a 30-day trial. QuickBooks Online users looking to add Neat’s parsing, sorting and organizing technology will be able to use their existing QuickBooks username and password to sign into their Neat account.


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