Hey there! My name is Conor, one of the Success Coaches at Expensify. Ours is a new team, dedicated to ensuring expense reporting happiness for our customers. This week, we’re proud to bring users of our QuickBooks Online integration a great new feature: export to credit card sub-accounts!
Those familiar with QuickBooks Online and Expensify will be aware that early this year we switched over to Intuit’s new API. With the new integration, we significantly reduced the amount of time customers spent exporting from Expensify to QuickBooks Online, improved the stability of the integration, and added support for vendor bills and billable expenses. Overall, our customers loved this new connection and took full advantage of it.
We received many requests for support for exporting from corporate cards to multiple credit card accounts. Now, however, we’re really excited to share the news that we’ve added support for linking corporate credit cards in Expensify with credit card accounts in QuickBooks Online.
The process of linking cards in Expensify with accounts in QuickBooks Online is very easy, and the export works pretty much exactly as it does at the moment.
Want to get started now? Check out our Help page on the topic and you’ll be up and running in minutes.
We’re working on a number of other improvements for our QuickBooks Online integration but in the meantime, do you have an idea about other ways we can improve the connection? Leave a comment below, or email email@example.com and let us know.