Google integrates its Calendar with Intuit’s QuickBooks to improve money management for SMBs

14 September 2017

Google and Intuit announced the new partnership over the integration of their money management platforms to help small to medium size enterprises in Australia conveniently and reliably manage their invoices. The announcement was made at the Google Cloud Summit on September 13 held in Sydney.

Within the framework of their new partnership Gmail service will be supporting integrated eInvoicing platform based on Intuit tools. Besides, the deal also provides for the integration of Google Calendar App with QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Online Accountant.

Nicolette Maury, speaking for Intuit Australia, notes that the new cooperation between the two companies will bring great advantages for SMBs in Australia, as Google and Intuit are leading the industry of technological innovations and through the combination of their technologies the partners expect to enhance efficiency of the two solutions already in use by their customers. The integrated services will mean automation of data entry enabling businesses to improve accuracy in cash management.

Maury further adds that prior to the integration of both solutions, small businesses suffered inconvenience of manually entering each activity from their Google Calendar into QuickBooks and associated expenses and inaccuracy of data. With the integrated service, business owners will be able to schedule their client work and appointments on Google Calendar, and after that these activities will be automatically available in QuickBooks to invoice their clients and manage their money, saving time and related costs.

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