There’s thousands of businesses who sell via Yahoo’s Merchant solutions. There’s thousands of customers who use Quickbooks. But there’s a problem.
Yahoo merchants, by default, have no way to automatically integrate their billing information into an accounting program like Quickbooks.
But there is a solution.
FLEXquarters.com LLC a provider of data sharing solutions for Intuits QuickBooks line of accounting programs, recently announced the official release of QDashboard for Yahoo Merchant Solutions for QuickBooks Pro 2005 and previous versions through 2002. QDashboard eliminates the need for any manual entry of e-commerce receipts from the Yahoo shopping cart into QuickBooks.
Yahoo Merchant Solutions users can directly import Sales Receipts from the shopping cart system into QuickBooks using the QDashboard template for Yahoo. QDashboard automates the transfer of data into QuickBooks with very little user intervention and with no programming required. The system can import orders in either text or XML format which have been saved to a folder on your hard disk, you can drag them into the program, or the program can be setup to check your e-mail box for the orders on demand or on a scheduled basis. In very little time you are eliminating manual data entry, eliminating possible entry errors and saving time and money.
QDashboard is priced at $99, and is immediately available to work with the Americart, Authorize.Net, PayPal, Yahoo Merchant Solutions and SWREG shopping cart systems. A full 30 day demo can be downloaded from their web site. Support is provided through our searchable support database and ticket system at no additional charge. For more detailed product information or to access the 30-day free trial, visit www.qodbc.com/qdashboard.
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