ACT! is teamed with QuickBooks, courtesy of dbLinkUp
ACT! users are now able to see a complete real-time view of customers' accounting information to which they are granted access from QuickBooks, including customer and vendor transactions. With multiple user levels of security to allow either Read Only or Updating of data, companies stay in control of their sensitive data while allowing more flexibility for their workforce.
Launched last December 2009, dbLinkUpcustomers have been pushing for new features. Among the most awaited features are the ability to create and edit Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payables records directly from ACT!, as well as looking up any QuickBooks transactions from ACT!.
"Everyone knows that technology is vital to running any business, but it is our experience that many business people spend too much time at their computers with unnecessary multiple data entry. In an average 40-hour work week, a simple 2% improvement in efficiency opens up almost a full hour a week." says Robert Diaz, Jr., CEO of RDA Enterprises, Inc. "People want more from their applications, better ways to gather data and definitely big savings. It's with productivity in mind that we designed the dbLinkUp add-on for ACT! and QuickBooks. It will undoubtedly help any salesperson become more efficient while giving customers a more personalized experience."
Diaz is also proud to include the support of Windows 7 in all versions of the product, as well as all the latest versions of ACT! (ACT! 2009 and 2010) and QuickBooks (QuickBooks Pro, Premier & Enterprise 2010).
For more information and how to download a 30-day trial version of dbLinkUp, please visit the ACT! and QuickBooks Link Add-On homepage.
Voice of the Editor
Which isn’t completely true. I mean, occasionally I drop by when I manage to sneak out of the nonstop frat party over at Going Concern, but I’m mostly a wallflower over there. I’m happy to say that I’ve been given express permission (or explicit orders, if you like) to wander over here to AccountingWEB more often.
Why is that, you might ask? My job is to replace the irreplaceable Gail Perry as Editor-in-Chief. What does that mean? I don’t really know! I think it’ll be fun getting a feel for things, throwing in my own thoughts here and there, and listening to the discussions you’re having about the accounting profession.