TouchBistro POS integrates with QuickBooks
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TouchBistro, an iPad point-of-sale solution for restaurants in 37 countries, now offers seamless integration with QuickBooks small business accounting software.
QuickBooks integration, which is provided as an option for TouchBistro POS app users, helps restaurateurs reduce accountant fees and bookkeeping hours by eliminating time-consuming double entry of operating data into restaurant accounting records, the company said in a press release. The integration with QuickBooks is simple, taking only minutes to activate, using SHOGO cloud-based integration. During the initial installation of the integration, TouchBistro revenue and cost categories are mapped to the related accounts the restaurant has set up in its QuickBooks application, to help ensure accuracy between operational and accounting reports to better manage the business. Existing TouchBistro users on the latest version can simply activate the QuickBooks integration.
“TouchBistro is committed to helping restaurant owners and managers improve their bottom line by seeking out new partners and the best technologies to increase efficiencies and simplify operations,” said Alex Barrotti, CEO and founder of TouchBistro, in the release. “By offering integration with QuickBooks within our restaurant iPad app, we are helping our customers to improve the efficiency of their back office operations.”
TouchBistro features a full suite of cloud reporting tools to further streamline restaurant operations from seating and scheduling to inventory, payroll, tax calculations and sales analysis. With the QuickBooks integration, TouchBistro accounting data can be imported into the restaurant’s QuickBooks desktop or online app by categories or totals, thus eliminating the need for double entry.
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