SKULabs has several integrations with QuickBooks Online:

  • Import QuickBooks listings and link them to catalog items

  • Import invoices created on QuickBooks in the last 180 days as processing orders within SKULabs. This allows you to process and fulfill QuickBooks invoices in SKULabs.

  • Push stock quantity updates to QuickBooks, which by default is not enabled.

Furthermore, you can optionally enable the following integrations from accounting settings page:

Backdated product creation for Purchase Order, Sales Receipt and Invoice sync.
QuickBooks requires a product SKU to first exist on QuickBooks before it can be included in Purchase Orders, Sales Receipts and Invoices. And, when a product SKU doesn't already exist on QuickBooks, SKULabs will have to create the product in QuickBooks and backdate it for QuickBooks to allow pushing Purchase Order, Sales Receipt and Invoice to it.

Prior to December 2020, SKULabs created new product with the most recent on-hand value in SKULabs which was later discovered to create inventory transactions for the newly created backdated product. In December 2020, SKULabs will cease backfilling new products with quantity. If you wish to restore the old behavior, we recommend enabling stock sync so we can add inventory for these newly created 0 on hand products.

Note: SKULabs supports connecting multiple QuickBooks accounts to sync orders and listings inbound (from QuickBooks into SKULabs).

Outbound sync to multiple QuickBooks accounts is not currently supported. If you have multiple QuickBooks company accounts, each account should be treated separately and connected individually to SKULabs.

For information on adding QuickBooks to SKULabs

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