KeyedIn integrates ERP Solution and Quickbooks Online

By Sophie Chapman
The creator of cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) and project management software, KeyedIn, has announced that is has successfully integrated its...

The creator of cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) and project management software, KeyedIn, has announced that is has successfully integrated its manufacturing ERP solution with QuickBooks Online.

Through the integration of its extensible ad configurable cloud-based solution and the online accounting software, ensures the efficiency through increased speed and less errors.

QuickBooks Online will now be responsible for dealing with anything from duplicate data entry form orders, invoicing, or the collection of cash.

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This is anticipated to result in wider visibility into the costs of work and sales, as well as work-process valuation.

“We are excited to deliver this seamless connection between manufacturing data and financial data to our customers using QuickBooks Online for General Ledger,” stated Dave Lechleitner, Director of Product Marketing at KeyedIn.

“Manufacturers are now able to use solutions fit for their unique business needs based on size and industry, and have access to the solutions anytime, anywhere, from any device with cloud technology.”

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