Bookeeper360 announced that the Bookkeeper360 App now combines with QuickBooks Online (QBO), increasing its abilities for small businesses that use it to manage finances.
FREMONT, CA: The capability to manage a company's accounting and back-office in a simple, headache-free manner can free up a lot of time and energy for a small business owner. Bookeeper360, which has received five-star reviews for over a decade, certainly fits the bill.
The organization recently announced that the Bookkeeper360 App now combines with QuickBooks Online (QBO), increasing its abilities for numerous small businesses that use QBO to manage their finances. Bookkeeper360 has also been authorized as a certified integration in the Intuit QuickBooks App Store, joining several other technology solutions that assist small businesses worldwide.
Subscribers of the App have reacted positively to the latest integration and access to real-time analytics. These insights and business performance dashboards involve cash flow metrics, payroll insights through Gusto integration, and the potential to contact accounting experts from within the Bookkeeper360 App.
"We are quite excited about being integrated with QuickBooks Online, which joins Xero and Gusto, as leading online accounting and payroll solutions Bookkeeper360 directly integrates with. The Bookkeeper360 App is actively being used by hundreds of small businesses who rely on the App to make business decisions daily," said Nick Pasquarosa, Founder and CEO of Bookkeeper360.
"Bookkeeper360 is also introducing a new Pay-as-you-go accounting service. Starting at $99 per hour, small companies can sign up online and be linked with an accountant to handle every aspect of bookkeeping, back-office, advisory, and tax help. Pay-as-you-go accounting allows small companies to request work, monitor projects in progress, and view their account balance in the App.
"Finding expert accounting advice has always been a challenge for business owners, and here at Bookkeeper360, our mission is to change that. Pay-as-you-go accounting is designed to be similar to popular apps such as Uber and Starbucks, where a user has end-to-end transparency of what is being requested, the costs, and expected time of delivery", said Nick Pasquarosa, Founder and CEO of Bookkeeper360.
Since the beginning of 2021, the Bookkeeper360 App has received weekly product updates involving file management, an onboarding wizard to assist clients in getting started with Bookkeeper360 services, task management, and an "Unreconciled Transactions" feature to prevent common bookkeeping errors.
The Bookkeeper360 App was lately used to determine whether clients were qualified for the Small Business Administration's second round of Paycheck Protection Program loans.