With woocommerce comes the flexibility to get a variety of e-businesses up and running fast. Whether its a traditional brick and mortar store, a digital goods marketplace, a subscription based product or even a learning course, the challenges with keeping your books straight will always be the same, i.e. nobody wants to do it. Accounting can be a long process, prone to mistakes and can eat up profits if you have to pay someone for redundant data entry. This is why we’ve created a number of plugins that work with one of the leading small-business account software suites – QuickBooks, QuickBooks Point of Sale and QuickBooks Online.

Our WooCommerce QuickBooks Integrations have been actively developed over 3 years and are used by a wide array of businesses that want to streamline the process of getting their online data offline in their QuickBooks Accounting software. For the most part, the plugins are straightforward to use, however they do require you to have knowledge of QuickBooks. Our plugins will help you get your data into QuickBooks, but what you do with it when it gets there is ultimately up to.

If you’re looking for a solution to integrate WooCommerce with QuickBooks, you’ll want to take a look at our QuickBooks Integration for WooCommerce. This plugin connects your WooCommerce powered website to your QuickBooks Desktop Accounting software. The plugin has the ability to sync the qty on hand and price for website products with the values from QuickBooks for the corresponding item. Items are matched by the sku on the website matching the Item Name field from QuickBooks. The plugin uses Intuit’s webconnector, which should install when you install QuickBooks, but if it’s missing, you can get a copy from intuit’s marketplace – http://marketplace.intuit.com/webconnector/

If you’re looking to connect WooCommerce with QuickBooks Point of Sale, you’ll need one of our QuickBooks POS Integrations. There are two different plugins, depending on what version of QuickBooks Point of Sale you’re using. If you’re using QuickBooks Point of Sale 8, 9 or 10, you’ll want to take a look at this plugin to integrate WooCommerce with QuickBooks Point of Sale . Otherwise, if you’re using QuickBooks POS 2013 – version 11, check out this plugin instead – WooCommerce Integration for QuickBooks Point of Sale 2013. These plugins are able to send your website orders to QBPOS as sales receipts, so long as all of the products on the website have a sku set, and the sku on the website matches either the Item Number, ALU or UPC for the corresponding product in QBPOS.

For those of you looking to integrate WooCommerce with QuickBooks Online, we have some exciting news for you. QuickBooks Online is Intuit’s fastest growing platform and we have one of the deepest integrations for that plugin on the market. The plugin’s still in beta, and we have some helpful users giving us plenty of feedback to make this one of our deepest integrations for an Intuit product date. You’ll want to make sure  you stay up to date with the plugin by entering your email address here.