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Product Reflections , 2014 – Part 2

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In a previous post, we have covered the TDS and Service Tax functionality, of the 2014 QuickBooks product, here we will delve into two vital features namely Scheduled VI Reports, Mobile – Android & iOS apps for both iPhone and iPad and Intuit Developer platform ( https://developer.intuit.com/help ).   Schedule VI Reports:   We have revised our Balance Sheet and P&L reports to comply with the Schedule VI format. The Chart of Accounts (COA) is rolled up into Schedule VI sections based on their account detail type. The user can drill down into associated transactions from each section. In the future, we will support the drill-down rollup to sub-accounts and then transactions from there.

Profit and Loss (Schedule VI)


Balance Sheet (Schedule VI)

QBO Mobile works across your devices. Currently, you can view and do essential QBO activities in the mobile app such as create and send invoices, view accounts receivable, payable and view the P&L report. QBO Mobile currently supports Android & iOS for both iPhone and iPad.

QBO Mobile

You can find more information on QBO Mobile here – http://quickbooks.intuit.com/mobile   Intuit Developer: developer.intuit.com   The Intuit Developer platform (formerly known as Intuit Partner Program/IPP) allows you to integrate with QBO in a standardized manner to enhance your current business process without having to re-type the data manually.

For example, if you sell your products and services online (eCommerce), then you can use the QBO developer platform to automatically post Invoice, payment and other transactions to QBO.

As part of the Intuit Developer v3 services, more QBO entities and transactions are now exposed to developers. Key ones include the tax center entities that now you can create/edit through APIs and transaction items such as refund receipts, support for attachments to sales forms through APIs.   For more details, check out developer.intuit.com

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