Hi all - I'm looking to transfer my existing accounting software from Xero to Quickbooks, so I can take advantage of the OR integration. Can you give me your feedback/input on how you're finding having your business run/managed with QB and OR integrated? Anyting you'd wished you'd known at the beginning etc?
Chris - have you had any issues with the OR and QB integration into Australian businesses?
Thanks in advance :)
Thanks for posting. I would recommend talking with our friends at Ximplifi Accounting: https://ximplifi.com/
If you'd like, I could make an introduction email to our contacts over there with your info. They know what they're doing and they'll be happy to talk to you about your business and offer suggestions.
Sorry if this sounds like we're avoiding the question, but we like to recommend this now for QB/accounting issues. QB/accounting is a VERY broad subject that entails many different accounting models and issues. You mentioned Australian businesses, but also trust accounting/PM and taxes and many other things. It requires the attention of people that really know accounting well. Ximplifi also knows what OwnerRez can do when it comes to pushing content to QB so they'll know if our QB feature will work for your model.
Yes an intro would be good thanks.
Sure thing, I just sent over an email.
Thanks Chris - who is your contact there as I've not heard anything from them. And have also put in a contact request through their website
The contact over there is Jesse Ehret -- I sent you both an email a couple days back with full contact info, did you get that?
No I didnt. but I'll follow Jesse up.
In the meantime - In the General settings of the Quickbook Integration - Rent mapping - I want to be able to select more than 1 product, how can I do this?
Right now you can only map one product/service to rent. We do have a per surcharge product/service mapping.
What would you be using the mapping for? The best way to break things up per property is to use class/location mapping.
Given that OR doesnt create deposit records in QB what is the best way for us to manage large deposits in advance. Should we raise an invoice for those?
You would create a Deposit record in QB to group together the payments (and fees) that settled together. So your payments should be pushed to QB with "Undeposited Funds" as the bank account. And then you'd have a deposit in QB that grabs all the payments that are part of that deposit and their fees so that the deposit total matches what came in on your bank transactions/feed.