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18 Dec 2018

One of the most frequent uses of Importing in QuickBooks is to get your web orders into QuickBooks.

There may be many reasons why you want to do this depending on what your web store software (shopping cart, eCommerce or CRM) does and how you use QuickBooks (accounting only, fulfillment or order management).  Some systems call this syncing or synching others integrating, exporting, download, etc.

Many eCommerce systems and shopping cart software companies say that they integrate with QuickBooks but how? Here are the questions you should ask:

  1. Does they just provide a file (i.e. IIF File, or csv file)?  And then you have to figure out how to import it into QuickBooks.
  2. Do you have to request the orders by date or order number and you have to remember what to enter?
  3. Is it automatic and seamless or do you have keep entering information?
  4. Is it flexible enough to meet your business needs?

Did you know what some eCommerce companies make you agree that they are not responsible if the IIF file they create damages your QuickBooks file? (The built in QuickBooks IIF import has some issues).

See It was designed for eCommerce. We have one for QuickBooks and another for QuickBooks Point of Sale. With our solutions you can seamlessly get your orders from our support list of shopping carts and eCommerce systems including many custom carts.


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