Cloud-based document management provider LedgerDocs has launched an integration with QuickBooks Online, allowing users to create transactions from documents posted directly to QBO.

LedgerDocs lets small-business owners send digitized versions of documents like receipts, invoices and statements directly to their bookkeeper or accountant, who can now use the QBO integration to create transactions like bills and invoices to post directly to cloud-based accounting software.

The integration also means that clients themselves can create simple transactions without actually working within QBO.

"We're positioning LedgerDocs to sit between the small-business owner, their accountant or bookkeeper, and their accounting software,” said LedgerDocs CEO Wayne Zielke, in a statement. “Think about a building contractor who is onsite, and a cement truck shows up. They get the bill right at the job site. So he takes a picture of it with his iPhone and uploads it to LedgerDocs. The accountant receives it in real-time. There's no phoning and asking, 'Did you send that stuff?' The result is LedgerDocs closes the loop on the whole communication issue around exchanging accounting documents, saving time and money."

For more information, visit LedgerDocs’ Web site.

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