Please confirm if you have a version compatible with the Saudi E-invoice and VAT and support arabic language and Advanced Inventory to track goods by batch number
Allow me to share some insights for your business needs relevant to your country's regulations.
QuickBooks Online (QBO) has default templates for invoices. The structure of the invoice template for Saudi Arabia's E-invoice format and regulations and support Arabic language is not yet available in the system. For now, I recommend looking for a third-party application (add-on service) that you can integrate with QBO to comply with the rules.
I can see the importance of creating invoices that meets your tax agency's needs. Please know that our Product Development team is looking into this and aims to deliver the best services that comply specifically with your region. I'm also adding this article to know more about how we manage VAT in QBO: How do I set up sales GST/VAT rates and use them on forms?
On the other hand, we can use the Category feature when tracking and organizing different inventory items by batch number. Or utilize the Stock Keeping Unit (SKU) to track the variation of your inventory items. In addition, this feature can be an alphanumeric code that has key characteristics of the product's color, size, type, etc. Feel free to review these articles to learn more:
While waiting for updates, I'm adding this article as your future reference about handling invoices in the system: Create invoices in QuickBooks Online.
Let me know if you have additional questions to begin and run your business using QBO. I'll be more than happy to assist you. Have a great day ahead!