MyTaskit app adds QuickBooks and QuickBooks Online integration

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MyTaskit, developer of MyTaskit Pro, said its cornerstone application now integrates with Intuit QuickBooks and QuickBooks Online.

The company said it is incrementally releasing a series of enhanced features.

The first phase of the total solution is the ability to share MyTaskit Pro timesheet data into QuickBooks without the need for third-party time tracking tools. The additional talk-to-text feature alleviates the need to manually enter technician notes — no more transcribing or cutting and pasting job details.

MyTaskit said the completely paperless process reduces administrative paper trails and accounting data-entry burdens placed on service managers and office staff.

Once transferred, billable hours logged by technicians and related parts used in a service project are available for immediate invoice generation. Because a bill can be created and sent as soon as the job is complete, it decreases the time it takes to get paid for work performed, the company said.

The integration provides for easy billing adaptability. If, for example, a job estimated at three hours took the technician 3.5 hours to complete, the service manager can easily edit the invoice to reflect the difference without affecting the payroll of the employee. Additionally, larger boatyards will appreciate the ability to define date ranges, the company said.

Phase two will enable users to move customer data out of QuickBooks into MyTaskit Pro. Phase three will deliver complete two-way, real-time integration.

The timeline for these phases are the third and fourth quarters of this year, respectively.

MyTaskit provides a comprehensive software platform for coordinating service tasks within companies and between multiple businesses and their customers.


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