Thinking of expanding your current portfolio of services? Summer is a great time to explore new services to offer your existing clients. Some clients need help with tasks beyond accounting with collections, payments, and financial planning. QuickBooks Apps can help by connecting third-party services and platforms with your clients’ QuickBooks. Here are some new apps for you to review this month.
TimePay – Streamline your collections process and reduce your days sales outstanding. Perfect for managing receivables across accounting, marketing, and sales teams.
Timesaver – Automatically sync Toggl time entries into QuickBooks, and make invoicing and payroll processes much faster and less error-prone.
Jirav – Financial planning and analysis in the cloud. Know the state of business finances in real-time to make better decisions fast.
Roger – Scan, pay, and approve bills in seconds. Create automated workflows with multi-step approvals based on amounts, vendors, people, and more.
- Spanish translation – ¡Esta aquí! A Spanish translation for the QuickBooks Time mobile app has launched for Android (iOS is coming soon). To enable the feature, simply change Android’s default language setting to Spanish. The QuickBooks Time app will automatically translate.
- Track unpaid time off – Just like paid time off, unpaid time off can be tracked on timesheets and synced with QuickBooks to ensure accurate reporting and payroll. This is especially helpful for clients looking to be compliant with state and local regulations around tracking unpaid time off.
- Timesheet signatures – Clients can literally sign off on work within the QuickBooks Time app. Timesheet signatures allow employees using the mobile app to attach signatures to their timesheets. Want to try it or have your clients take a test run? Contact us to join our beta test.
View the complete list of QuickBooks apps at Apps.com.