September 20, 2016
Reciept Bank - Key Benefits
+ Eliminate the need for manual data entry of accounts payable transactions. Every year by law, businesses have to report their expenses. Using Receipt Bank makes this process as easy as taking a photo.
+ Submit items on the go using a mobile app, via email and on Dropbox. Gain real-time visibility over the financial health and cash flow of the business.
+ Stored securely in the cloud Receipt Bank saves users money on lost receipt & invoices. No more stress locating documents to claim back expenses or submitting tax returns.
How Receipt Bank works with QuickBooks
Receipt Bank pulls all the key bookkeeping information from QuickBooks Online. Suppliers, customers, nominal codes and bank accounts are made available to users in Receipt Bank.
Receipt Bank's award winning technology extracts data from receipts & invoices. This data can be published to QuickBooks Online as a bill or paid transaction. All items can be reconciled with bank feeds within QBO.
It is possible to automate the entire process by selecting auto-publish within Receipt Bank and setting up bookkeeping rules. Effortless bookkeeping is made possible by receipts and invoices being published automatically to QuickBooks Online with the correct categorisation.
Users can create expense reports and publish invoices with line items.
All data is protected using the most up to date and sophisticated security protocols.
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