Cherry-pick the QuickBooks data you need from the QuickBooks connector
Deploy simple Python scripts to fit the QuickBooks data to your schema
Send the user data directly to your backend
Access all the objects the QuickBooks API offers
Accounts are what businesses use to track transactions.
The CreditMemo object is a financial transaction representing a refund or credit of payment or part of a payment for goods or services that have been sold.
A customer is a consumer of the service or product that your business offers.
An Invoice represents a sales form where the customer pays for a product or service later.
An item is a thing that your company buys, sells, or re-sells, such as products and services. An item is shown as a line on an invoice or other sales form.
JournalEntry is a transaction in which there are at least one pair of lines, a debit and a credit, called distribution lines.
The profit and loss statement is a financial statement that summarizes the revenues, costs, and expenses incurred during a specified period.
A Purchase object represents an expense, such as a purchase made from a vendor.
A SalesReceipt object represents the sales receipt that is given to a customer. A sales receipt is similar to an invoice.
The TimeActivity object represents a record of time worked by a vendor or employee.
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Select the data you need from our library of connectors.Browse our connectors.
Use our standard schemas, or develop custom mapping scripts so data comes in how you want it.Browse our standard schemas.
Receive new data directly in your backend via database, filestore, API, and more.
Our embeddable components give customers an intuitive way to link their accounts.Read more in the docs.
Maintain visibility into your integration workflows with detailed job logs, reporting, and real-time alerting baked in.