People who are neck deep in the e-commerce game know the struggle. Managing customer information, keeping inventories up to date, tracking sales, shipping packages… this list seems endless.
And that’s just with a single sales channel!
If you’re selling your products and services on your website and are also taking advantage of the billions of dollars’ worth of revenue up for grabs on Amazon or eBay, the amount of data you need to dig through to run your business effectively can be suffocating.
Still, with over 3 billion people accessing the internet today, the volume of sales made online are set to speed up, not slow down.
How are you supposed to keep up?
Fortunately, if you are like millions of businesses leveraging QuickBooks to manage your inventory and finances, you could be automatically sharing information from your e-commerce platforms with your QuickBooks account.
You read that right!
Your QuickBooks can act as a central location from which you can import and reference important pieces of sales information as well as export data to make sure your e-commerce platforms are adorning your customers with painstakingly accurate product information.
Now that we have your mouth watering, without further ado, here is an overview of the top 3 benefits that e-commerce QuickBooks integration can bring to your business.
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