Through the integration, businesses will shorten their month-end close with automatic data synchronization, produce reports using real-time data, and potentially save time and minimize errors by reducing the amount of data entry. manual data required.
Airbase’s solution combines three different products: full bill payments, company cards with software, and employee expense reimbursements. The company supports these elements with advanced approval workflows and real-time reporting.
“Developing deep and fully automated integrations with accounting and labor software is one of the many things that sets Airbase apart from its competitors. QuickBooks Desktop is another example of our commitment to creating a great user experience for all small and medium businesses, ”said Thejo Kote, Founder and CEO of Airbase.
Kote added that a lack of vendors that integrate with QuickBooks Desktop “has forced QuickBooks Desktop customers to cope with workarounds, in-house solutions, and import / export issues. We believe it is. time for that to change. “
Airbase also recently rolled out a feature called Bill Payments +, an expense management platform enabling a separate subset of its accounts payable offering.
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Those using Bill Payments + will also have access to Airbase’s employee reimbursement and corporate card services.
Airbase also announced in April that it would support international bill payments for more than 200 countries and 145 currencies. Airbase’s reasoning was that as companies grow, they have to pay international suppliers.
Read more: Airbase Now Supports International Bill Payments in Over 200 Countries