Parlevel integrates with Quickbooks
Parlevel Systems, a technology provider for vending, coffee and micro market operators, has announced an integration with Quickbooks accounting and bookkeeping software.
Financial information collected by Parlevel’s Vending Management System will sync via one click with Quickbooks software. By eliminating the need for manual imports or exports of financial data, the integration helps vending, micro market, and office coffee and drop-off operators save time, increase visibility and simplify accounting processes, Parlevel said in a press release.
Parlevel’s management system remotely monitors vending machines, micro markets, and office coffee or drop-off invoices and automatically generates precise numbers regarding revenues, taxes, commissions, cost of goods sold, and more. Operators can manage these financials solely inside the system or choose to automatically send this data to Quickbooks.
The automatic integration syncs VMS information with Quickbooks to help operators achieve accurate, quick and easy accounting. The move aims to increase transparency into company financials and help businesses streamline their operations with Parlevel’s management system without overhauling existing financial procedures, retraining staff or learning how to manually export data between systems.
“An integration with Quickbooks has been one of our most requested features,” said Ashley Reno, director of software for Parlevel.
The integration works with both desktop and cloud versions of Quickbooks software with similar capabilities.
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