Intuit & Google Team Up To Address The Invoicing Challenges That Many SMBs Face

Intuit and Google have rolled out Invoice with Google Calendar to help small business owners save time on invoicing and ensure they’re being paid accurately and on time for their hard work.

Finding the right partners is just as important for driving innovation as building new products, and Intuit and Google’s partnership is a prime example of how big tech players are increasingly coming together to help solve entrepreneurs’ most pressing issues. The app builds on Google’s previous QuickBooks integration, introducing a reimagined user experience and allowing entrepreneurs to easily import their event details directly from their synced Google Calendar to create and send invoices instantly – all within QuickBooks Online – so they can invoice, and get paid faster.

Why else should small businesses use Invoice with Google Calendar?

  • Saves time: No more time spent on double entries. You can easily import details from Calendar to create and send invoices instantly – all within the QuickBooks invoice section.
  • Gets you paid for the time you work: Maximize billing potential, and don’t sweat trying to find all the hours worked by digging through emails and calendar appointments.
  • Improves the accuracy of invoices: QuickBooks automatically finds and summarizes invoiceable hours. You can also search and choose items manually.

Over the past four years, Intuit has expanded its ecosystem from four to over 200 app integrations on Apps.com, more than any other small business accounting solutions company in the market. In addition to Google, Intuit has partnered with industry leaders like Square, Shopify, and DreamPayments among many others, to better meet small businesses’ needs.

For more information, you can also check out the following blog and landing page.

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