iPoint Control Streamlines QuickBooks Data Transfer, Synchronization

New Update Improves Business Management and Mobile Workflows November 16, 2016
Why This Matters

iPoint Control users can now transfer data from iPoint into QuickBooks as well as sync to QuickBooks Online from any Windows, Mac, or iOS device.

 
iPoint has released a new update to iPoint Control that furthers the integration between the business management platform and QuickBooks. With this update, iPoint Control users can transfer data from iPoint into QuickBooks as well as sync to QuickBooks Online from any Windows, Mac, or iOS device. 

“iPoint leads the pack when it comes to truly integrated accounting,” said Brooks Swift, founder and CEO of iPoint. “We have worked diligently to create a seamless experience from every angle of business management. This update enables dealers to be more efficient and productive by eliminating duplicate steps in their accounting process. With the new sync online capabilities, users can unchain the workflow from their computer and stay up to date on invoices and payments, wherever they are.” 

Deeper integration between iPoint Control and QuickBooks Desktop ensures that all customers, invoices, purchase orders, items, payments, and supporting data can push from iPoint to QuickBooks. This functionality keeps non-accounting personnel out of QuickBooks, improves inventory control, and eliminates duplicate data entry. In addition, the update adds QuickBooks online syncing capability alongside iPoint Control’s existing desktop syncing feature. And with the mobile power of iPoint, users can create a new customer, invoice, and payment receipt all from their iOS device and sync that data to QuickBooks Online at one time.
 

“This update enables dealers to be more efficient and productive by eliminating duplicate steps in their accounting process. With the new sync online capabilities, users can unchain the workflow from their computer and stay up to date on invoices and payments, wherever they are.”—Brooks Swift, founder and CEO, iPoint

 

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