The Bookkeeper360 App now connects into QuickBooks Online (QBO), a move that brings its functionalities to millions of small firms harnessing QBO to control their finances, according to a Thursday (May 27) announcement.
Moreover, Bookkeeper360 received the green light to be a certified integration in the Intuit QuickBooks App Store, alongside a bevy of technology offerings helping small companies around the world, according to the announcement.
“We are quite excited about being integrated with QuickBooks Online, which joins Xero and Gusto, as leading online accounting and payroll solutions Bookkeeper360 directly integrates with,” Bookkeeper360 Founder and CEO Nick Pasquarosa said in the announcement.
Pasquarosa noted in the announcement that “hundreds of small businesses” are actively harnessing the Bookkeeper360 App to make business decisions every day.
As of the beginning of this year, the Bookkeeper360 App has made weekly product updates. Those include an onboarding wizard to get customers started with Bookkeeper360 offerings, file management, task management and an “Unreconciled Transaction” functionality to help steer clear of bookkeeping errors that are often made.
In addition, the Bookkeeper360 App has been harnessed to find out if customers were qualified for round two of Small Business Administration Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans.
Beyond the QBO integration, Bookkeeper360 is debuting a new “pay-as-you-go” accounting service. With the offering, small companies can register on the web and be put in touch with an accountant to work on bookkeeping, advisory, back office and tax tasks. The functionality lets small companies ask for tasks to be done, monitor projects underway and view their account balances from inside of the app.
Aside from the accounting offering and QBO integration, Bookkeeper360 said in the announcement that “the development roadmap is extensive, with new features and integrations expected to debut soon.”
The news comes as Bookkeeper360 landed $1 million in seed funding, as reported in January.