Intuit QuickBooks has extended its receipt and bill capturing offerings to Australian users, effective from 22 May, as it looks to help small businesses amid the economic downturn.
Accountants Daily understands the extension comes as a part of Intuit QuickBooks’ plan to address “key pain points” for businesses feeling the effects of the downturn.
This new feature will enable small-business customers to keep track of and process their receipts and bills digitally by taking a picture of the receipt or uploading a digital copy online.
According to Intuit QuickBooks, once uploaded, users can review and edit the extracted information, create a new expense in QuickBooks and consequently match their receipts and bills to the existing expense recorded.
“Our small-business customers have told us that manually keeping a track of their receipts can be a painfully time-consuming process,” Intuit QuickBooks Australia vice-president and country manager Natira Drayton said.
“This offers greater efficiency, giving small businesses more time to focus on key business activities.”