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InterWeave working with Customers – typical questions being asked regarding Salesforce to Quickbooks

We work with customers who require a level of integration solution that other vendors cannot provide. For example:

1). If the integration fails because of an ‘Open’ invoice on the QB side, will it run again automatically?

(answer) Only after Invoice is resaved. We can of course roll back after every error – but in this case the entire batch will be reprocessed, which doesn’t make sense to me. Also – if invoices will be processed in batches it will be very easy to ask people not to open them during the run.

2). Sometimes we see two invoices created, after the integration. Could this be an issue for us going forward?

(answer) That is happening only if invoice is locked out and will be corrected after invoice is resaved.

3). We’d like to see a demo of the invoice attachment functionality. How difficult is it to implement, and will it impact anything on the Finance departments process?

(answer) Email setup of the invoice should include our address, which will get the attachment. Email should have invoice number in the subject (preferable) or in the body of the message. When we see all this information – we can configure email gateway and start testing it.

4). Can Payable to be hardcoded in QB (rather than being sent from SFDC), since all invoices will that field as the same? Not sure what SF field you are referring to. I do not see such mapping in your Company Profile.

5). How can we support multiple invoice templates? How do we auto-associate invoices to two different kinds of templates in QB (weekly and bi-weekly)

(answer) That feature is not a part of a standard, out-of-the-box offer. It is about one day of development. Please agree this with Bruce and we will proceed.

These are the typical questions we address every day.

Von Tarverdi reviewed your listing – All QuickBooks Integration Solution with Salesforce through InterWeave

Overall 5 Star

Von Tarverdi says:

Alexander and Bruce are very helpful and quick to respond! Anytime I email the team, they respond right away and try to help me with resolving any issues I have. I called the phone number and didn’t leave a message but my call was returned by Bruce right away. It’s a pleasure working with them.

We appreciate our customers.

QuickBooks changes and enhancements for 2019: Making things easier for non-accountants and non-IT users

From our QuickBooks Hosting Partner Cooper Mann, QuickBooks changes and enhancements for 2019.

Intuit QuickBooks has been the standard of small business bookkeeping for many years. The number and depth of QuickBooks advisors, consultants, developers and service providers is unmatched in the market. Yet Intuit was able to establish a QuickBooks foothold in the market based on a couple of fairly unintuitive elements, such as leveraging highly unconventional sales channels for accounting software and promoting a bookkeeping tool for people who do not know business bookkeeping.

Today, Intuit continues to leverage a variety of innovative sales channels, such as through payment solution providers like Square (sales data from Square is now available for Mac with QB 2019), and to offer features to support the non-accountant in all of us.

Here is a shortlist of the changes and enhancements for QuickBooks 2019 desktop editions. Some of these items may not apply to everyone or every edition, such as the purchase order or sales order process enhancements available to Enterprise Platinum level subscribers. Others, like changes to QuickBooks installation and update processes, will apply to just about everyone.

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The new InterWeave Sales Tax Solution – works inside your CRM

CRM Solutions like Salesforce help distributors to maximize productivity and efficiency in every area of their business. Even as CRM Solutions automate many of the elements of your business, managing sales tax is typically a manual event.

InterWeave’s Sales Tax Solution provides sales and use tax compliance services in your CRM. Salesforce can now streamline the tax compliance process with the Opportunity, Product or any Custom Object, saving time, reducing errors, and cutting costs. Address validation, jurisdiction determination and rate calculations are applied real-time for US and Canada tax processing.

Different states use different sourcing methods. While most states use destination-based sourcing, which means the applicable sales tax rates and rules are the ones tied to the delivery address, some states use origin-based sourcing (i.e., the location of the seller or shipper). And others use a hybrid approach.

We use the exact address of the sourcing location, not just the ZIP code. Multiple sales tax jurisdictions can be located within a single ZIP code. Even next-door neighbors could pay different sales tax rates if their homes are located within different sales tax jurisdictions.

We calculate sales tax by starting with the statewide rate, if applicable. Then add any county, city, local, and/or special district taxes on top to get the total combined rate that applies to a taxable transaction. As always, certain buyers and products are exempt, according to local sales tax laws.

For more information, contact or 800-671-8692 x1.