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Our company is in the process of converting to Office 365 with Dynamics CRM. Our accounting department currently uses QuickBooks. We are looking two possibilities: integrating QB w/ CRM or potentially finding another software (like AX?).
Are there many challenges with integrating QB? For example, I know our controller doesn't want to use QB online.
Any feedback is appreciated!
Adaptors for integration between CRM and QB are already available so you can use it without any need to develop it from scratch -https://www.google.com.ua/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=microsoft%20crm%20quickbooks%20integration
Have a look at this connector from KingswaySoft:
Yes, I agree with you, Andrew. Though this is an old post, if we search on Microsoft AppSource, there are connectors available for CRM and QB integration.
One such connector is appsource.microsoft.com/.../dbsync.d11159a0-27d7-4442-990a-af2f3b321615
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