Connect QuickBooks to SharePoint using PowerApps

Updated: Jul 21, 2021 you’re struggling to find help or keep up to date with Microsoft Office 365 then I will connect your QuickBooks intuit to SharePoint Online using a PowerApps. 365 Digital consulting developers can help your business with their SharePoint Development services.

I am now a registered Freelancer on Collab365 MicroJobs - the brand new marketplace dedicated to Microsoft professionals

Here are 4 reasons that the Collab365 Team has spent months building the site:You often need expert Microsoft help just for a couple of hours.You can’t keep up with everything Microsoft is releasing.You find it hard to find Microsoft experts on other non-dedicated sites. There are just too many other subjects covered.You don’t have time to go through a lengthy interview process.I personally love the concept and have actually just posted a MicroJob. Here are the details…

How I can help you ...

Problem: Are you tired of manual data entry once in your financial system (such as QuickBooks, Xero,...) then the second time in your SharePoint list? Do you wish to have access to your invoices, quote, sales order, customer,... in your SharePoint while you have already entered them in QuickBooks? Do you think having a mobile app that can easily fetch that information and do some extra action based on that would automate part of your business activities and make your job easier?

Solution: We have built a PowerApps that allows you to fetch invoices or quotes or customer details from your QuickBooks using API and save it into a SharePoint Document Library (or list in case it is a customer detail).

Included: This MicroJob is only covering one of those scenarios (invoices, quote, sales order, customer ) not All. By purchasing this MicroJob, you agree that you have a QuickBooks online and SharePoint online account and you can provide us with an account with high-level access to your environment to be able to achieve this job. We need you to specify which object you want to fetch or update.

Deliverable: We will deliver a PowerApps that allow you to fetch those details from QB to SharePoint (or vice versa a PowerApps that insert/update into QuickBooks)

Extra: But we have the expertise to do full integration between SharePoint and QuickBooks (or Xero) as an extra. We can also provide bi-directional integration where allow updating on both ways.

How does it work and what about payment?

Paying for online services with people that you don’t know can be worrying for both parties. The buyer often doesn’t want to pay until they’re happy that the Freelancer has completed the work. Likewise, the Freelancer wants to be sure they will be recompensed for their time and commitment. Collab365 MicroJobs helps both the buyer and the Freelancer in these ways:The buyer pays up front and the money is securely held in the MicroJobs Stripe Connect platform account.The Freelancer can then begin the work in the knowledge that the payment has been made.Once the buyer is happy that the work is complete and to their satisfaction, the funds become available to the Freelancer.There’s even a dispute management function in case of a disagreement. But it won’t on my MicroJob! As long as we agree what’s needed up front and keep talking the entire way through, you won’t be disappointed.Note: Once I’ve completed the work, I’d love it if you could write a review for me. This will allow others to see what a fantastic job I did for you. 

What if we need to add extra’s to the job after I’ve started?

It’s really easy for us to discuss your extra requirement (using the chat feature on the site) and for us to agree on a price and add it to the order.

If you’d like me to help you, here are the steps to hire me …View my MicroJob. On that page click the “Buy” button. You’ll need to register as a buyer on the MicroJobs site, but this only takes a minute and will also allow you to purchase MicroJobs from other awesome Freelancers.If you need to contact me then please use the “contact” button and ask me any questions before purchasing. 

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