Keep your inventory up to date by synchronising your stock levels.
Synchronise contacts and customers between your applications.
Replicate your invoices and save your important data.
Keep control of your accounting by exporting your transactions.
Stripe handles key payment functions, such as subscriptions, storing cards and direct payouts to user bank accounts. It also offers solutions for mobile and web payments that are specially built for developers. Stripe enables businesses to accept international debit cards, credit cards and currencies.
Stripe provides support options such as online support, a customer knowledge base and forums. Additionally, Stripe can be integrated with applications such as Shopify, FreshBooks, Zoho Invoice, Zoho Subscriptions, TalentLMS, Squarespace, Sellsy, Intercom, Slack, Zapier and Abacus.
You can import and export the following lists to and from MS Excel or CSV file: Customers, Suppliers, Products and services, Chart of accounts. Plus you can export reports to MS Excel.
Here are a few commonly used reports: Profit & Loss, Balance Sheet, General Ledger, Trial Balance, Statement of Cash Flows, and Transaction List.
Tips to integrate QuickBooks and Stripe easily
QuickBooks is an accounting software developed and marketed by Intuit for small and medium businesses. QuickBooks is available in a desktop version and a cloud version called QuickBooks Online, accessible from your browser.
Online payment processing for internet businesses. Stripe is a suite of payment APIs that powers commerce for online businesses of all sizes, including fraud prevention, and subscription management. Use Stripe's payment platform to accept and process payments online for easy-to-use commerce solutions.