QBI imports your osCommerce, Zen Cart, CRE Loaded, or osCMax orders, products, and customers directly into Quickbooks. Features like product mapping, extensive attribute handling options, and support for sales tax, discount coupons, and online payment gateways automate the process and vastly speed up your order fulfillment. The wide range of configuration options, and the comprehensive manual with extensive screenshots, help you to get it up and running quickly.
Latest version 3.93
Features advanced attribute handling (description only, list, separate product, etc), matching to products with multiple attributes, inventory count synchronization with Quickbooks (for stores with off-line orders), option to download by order number range, ability to set income account by product, quick model number entry, and a multi-level user permission system (allows download of store orders without giving access to your store admin panel, and lets you have QBI and your admin panel open at the same time). QBI installs outside of your shopping cart directory, so no cart files are altered. Source code is encrypted using ionCube.
QBI currently can not import into Quickbooks Point of Sale.
QBI currently does not work with non-US versions of Quickbooks.
QB needs to be in single user mode when importing orders from QBI.
QBI can not create Sales Orders. It can create Invoices, Invoices and Payments, and Sales Receipts.
QBI can not handle multiple tax jurisdictions via Quickbooks sales tax items. However, it does work with some shopping cart and Quickbooks tax-rate add-ons.
* Quickbooks is a registered trademark of Intuit Incorporated
** Free tech support includes help with problems installing, configuring, and using QBI. Walk-through step-by-step assistance setting up your Quickbooks company file and QBI is available but is not included.