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Tallie Announces QuickBooks Online Integration


SaaS expense management provider Tallie unveiled its integration with Intuit QuickBooks Online Monday at Scaling New Heights, the Intuit-centric training experience for QuickBooks consultants.

Tallie is demonstrating the integration, which includes an industry-first simultaneous transfer of expense report line items and receipts directly to QuickBooks Online, and SmartVault, during the conference in San Antonio June 15-18.

“Tallie’s integration with QuickBooks Online represents a major milestone,” stated Tallie CEO Chris Farrell. “Companies, firms and business process outsourcing providers can now build a best-of-class cloud accounting suite with any or all of QuickBooks Online, SmartVault and Tallie. The seamless nature of the integrations and the flexibility afforded is tremendous.”

Tallie also offers integration with QuickBooks desktop. Companies can migrate from QuickBooks Desktop to QBO with a settings change.

“With Tallie joining, we’re creating even more opportunities for users to build a customized, end-to-end integrated accounting workflow,” stated Ronny Tey, group marketing manager with Intuit. “Tallie has already integrated with other members of the QuickBooks ecosystem to help small businesses better manage their expenses and receipts.”


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