On May 19, 2015, Intuit announced the arrival of its Sync With PayPal app, which does exactly what the name suggests: it allows users to sync their PayPal accounts with Quickbooks. So anytime you receive a payment via PayPal, purchase a product or service, etc., it will automatically upload this data directly into your Quickbooks account. There’s no easier way to manage PayPal data than by using Intuit’s new Sync With PayPal app.
So, what prompted Intuit to launch a PayPal integration app? According to the company’s senior vice president for payments and commerce solutions, roughly 1 in 4 Quickbooks users also use PayPal. With such a substantial chunk of their userbase sending and/or receiving payments via the online payment processor PayPal, it only makes sense to create an app for it.
Sync With PayPal is available to download for free from Intuit’s app store. Some of its features include the following:
- Automatically import PayPal transactions, fees, taxes, tips and discounts into QUickbooks.
- Automatically sync customer information from PayPal into Quickbooks.
- Securely download other transactions and expenses into default categories within Quickbooks.
- Eliminate the need for manual data entries; thus, improving accuracy and reducing the risk of human error.
Of course, these are just a few of the many features offered by Intuit’s new Sync With PayPal app. You can learn more about the app and everything it has to offer by visiting the official Intuit app store at https://apps.intuit.com/cmsimages/promo/quickbooks/paypal.htm?cid=par_paypal_pr_4Q15ppalblog.
“Our collaboration with PayPal, and the app we’ve built as a result, further broadens our thriving payments ecosystem,” said Eric Dunn, Intuit’s senior vice president for payments and commerce solutions. “Intuit is committed to delivering a range of personalized best-in-class payments solutions for small businesses. Our open platform allows small businesses to use the tools of their choice and therefore operate efficiently in a frictionless environment.”
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