QuickBooks Online & Beyond: What It Means to Have True Bi-Directional Integration for Expense Management

After 5 years in the industry, I’m always happy to talk shop with anyone ranging from prospective clients to personal friends. Once we start talking about back office processes, I can generally make some suggestions – including recommending Tallie for expense management. It’s easy to set up, backed by a knowledgeable Product Expert Team, and built by people who know what accountants need. Add on top of this seamless, bi-directional integration to your accounting system, and the solution becomes powerfully clear. Here’s why:

Integrate with Tallie and Customize Your Setup

With your Tallie account synchronized with QuickBooks Desktop or QuickBooks Online, Tallie lets you reimburse your employees and vendors as you need to. Want to bring over checks to reimburse your employees? Done. Need employees mapped to vendors to bring over bills instead of checks? Done and Done.

Are your expenses generally billable? Great! Tallie can map expense categories to service items instead of directly to expense accounts. Now, they’ll look better on invoices and you’ll be able to better track the revenue. Here’s how!

Tallie can also limit class and project selection per person and make these selections optional or mandatory.

Additionally, Tallie enables you to manage your corporate credit card workflow and export these charges as either Credit Card charges in QuickBooks Desktop or Expenses paid by the Credit Card in QuickBooks Online.

Trusted, True Bi-Directional Integration

Not all integration is truly ‘bi-directional.’ Tallie keeps all your information in constant communication with each other. Need to add a class quickly? Add it in Tallie and within seconds it’ll appear in your QuickBooks Desktop or QuickBooks Online. Inactivating or adding projects in QuickBooks? That’s not a problem, Tallie will follow suit.

The idea behind true Bi-Directional Integration is this: When you add, remove or make a change in one system, it’s reflected in both Tallie and your accounting system.

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Approval Flows and Policy Control

Tallie handles complex approval routing. Both sequential routing and monetary approval routing are covered and can be set up dozens of different ways to accommodate your company’s complex needs. Or not so complex – if you only need one or two approvers, we’ve got you covered. Here’s how to set this up.

Policies can be utilized to limit expense categories per user or user’s group, require receipts per expense category or amount and ensure that the individuals your user dined with are listed as attendees on the expense itself.

I always invite anyone interested in Tallie to sign up for a personal product demo with one of our trained experts. If you’d prefer to see Tallie in action for yourself, you can always try Tallie free for 14 days. If you have any questions about Tallie, our integrations, features, or anything else, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 800-592-5144.

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