First Document Management Company Earning Gold Status from Intuit

CNG-Books, Cabinet NG’s document management software for QuickBooks®, has earned Gold member status in the new Intuit Developer Network program.

“We are proud that Cabinet NG is the first document management software company to achieve Gold status in Intuit’s program,” Andrew Bailey, President of Cabinet NG, said in a statement announcing the achievement. “The seamless integration of CNG-Books with QuickBooks creates an easy-to-use document management solution that provides high levels of efficiencies in the accounting process. The Gold status is a testament to the value CNG-Books delivers in removing the pain of document complexity for accounting professionals.”

CNG-Books streamlines QuickBooks data entry and document filing into one consistent and efficient electronic process. Vendor bills, customer payments and credit card receipts are brought into CNG-Books in a wide variety of formats including .pdf, Microsoft Word, text documents and scanned or faxed images. The data is entered into QuickBooks and filed with a simple mouse-click. CNG-Books capture information directly from QuickBooks using familiar pull-down menus to save time and improve accuracy. CNG-Books users can add documents to existing transactions and supporting information, such as contracts, can be linked to a QuickBooks vendor or customer record. This allows instant access to all supporting transaction documents and any associated documents about a customer or vendor from the QuickBooks software package.

In order to qualify for a Gold member status, CNG-Books had to first pass a formal QuickBooks Technical Review process by a third party certification laboratory. The independent QuickBooks Technical Review ensures applications meet the high quality standard of operation and compatibility expected by customers. The review verifies third party applications appropriately integrate, exchange data and are compatible with the QuickBooks platform.

Meeting Gold status also required an independent survey of existing customers be performed by a third party – Cabinet NG attained “Excellent” ratings on the IDN Customer Satisfaction Survey in the technical support and overall quality categories. Customers further endorsed Cabinet NG as a solid business choice by scoring “Excellent” on the “Willingness to Recommend” question. Cabinet NG and Intuit also joined efforts producing a customer case study highlighting the benefits a Papa John’s Pizza franchise receives from the CNG-Books and QuickBooks combination.

“We went the extra mile beyond qualifying CNG-Books for the Gold status by delivering results of product reviews performed by independent, third-party accounting professionals, namely Susan Gaswirth and Jon Higgins,” Bailey added.

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