Synchronize, Import, modify and export transaction data and other information from various sources from and to QuickBooks.
Most common transaction data include invoices, sales receipts and checks.
QImport supports data sources like SQL, SalesForce and XML.
Batch functionality is also available.
QImport supports most QuickBooks versions including QuickBooks Enterprise and QuickBooks Point-of-Sale.

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Exchange data as i.e. customers, invoices, estimates etc. with QuickBooks. It is an independent software program that connects to your QuickBooks version.
QImport imports, modifies or exports practically any data that is allowed by QuickBooks. This starts with customer-, invoice-, sales receipt-data and ending with bills, time-tracking information, employees and more. Below is a list of the most common import and export actions.

  • Accounts, Bills, Charges, Checks, Credit Memos, Deposits
  • Customers, Employees, Vendors
  • Estimates, Invoices, Items, Inventory
  • Journal Entries, Payments, Purchase Orders, Sales Receipts
  • Time Tracking Information

As input CSV (comma separated values), TXT, XML files are needed. There is an option to access databases via a SQL query as well as to access SalesForce data. The mapping between your import sources and QuickBooks – called a template – is defined via an interactive GUI. Import of multiple (item) lines is supported also. For the usage of QImport in an unattended mode, we provide Batch capabilities.


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