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Global accounting software giant partners with Google

Accounting software provider Intuit has announced a partnership with Google, having developed an integrated offering for accountants and small businesses.

Technology Lara Bullock 13 September 2017
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Intuit Australia and Google announced a new integrated offering at the Google Cloud Summit in Sydney today.

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The new technology offering enables seamless invoicing via Gmail, and allows the Google Calendar App to work in conjunction with QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Online Accountant.

According to Intuit, the offering will enable small businesses to streamline their financial processes, better manage their finances and cash flow, increase payment times and improve time efficiencies.

“Prior to the integration, small businesses had to manually enter each activity from their Google calendar into QuickBooks. Not only did this take longer but it increased the chance of human error,” said Nicolette Maury, vice president and country manager of Intuit Australia.

“This new integration allows business owners to schedule client work and appointments with Google Calendar and then these billable appointments are available in QuickBooks for invoicing customers and managing finances.”

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