Shopify POS Guide
Import or export your orders from one application to another.
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.
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.
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Tips to integrate Shopify POS and QuickBooks easily
Learn how Shopify’s POS software, hardware, and payments work together for seamless retail experiences. Offer buy online, pick up in store, buy in-store, ship to customer, and more.
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.