Float announced that its cash flow forecasting application now integrates with QuickBooks Online, giving small and medium-sized business owners access to its SaaS product for planning and projecting future cash.

“This is all about simplifying end-to-end business management for small businesses by combining Float’s cash flow forecasting app with the power of the QuickBooks platform,” stated Rafael De la Vega, director of global partnerships at Intuit. “Together, Float and QuickBooks give small businesses access to powerful insights once only available to large companies, enabling business owners to focus on business growth rather than spending unnecessary time crunching numbers.”

The integration keeps Float users in sync with QBO data so they can analyze their short term cash flow and project cash available on a daily basis with real-time data.

The Float and QBO integration also enables business owners to: visualize the impact of late payments or going over budget; manage bills, invoices and expected payment dates; import actual figures from QBO in seconds; and explore “what-if” cash flow scenarios.

“Cash flow is vital to the health of a company,” stated Float CEO Colin Hewitt. “With Float’s cash flow forecasting tool integrated with QBO, data is running in the background so it frees up time for business owners and allows them to concentrate on managing and growing the business.”

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