Want to know, how Shopify and QuickBooks commerce works together? In this article, we will discuss briefly, how Shopify works with QuickBooks Commerce after integration, and which type of data can be sync on both platforms. To get the expert advice you can dial our toll-free number+1-818-295-3510.
Performance of Shopify & QuickBooks Commerce
As you know that, Shopify and QuickBooks Commerce are amazing in their own way. But when we integrate Shopify with the QuickBooks Commerce platform, it performs in advance. You can manage your Shopify products, stock levels, and sales orders through QuickBooks Commerce. QuickBooks Commerce synchronizes with Shopify in real-time, supplying you with the power to manage all of your Shopify performance. Here is how:
How it Keep Track Store
QuickBooks automatically imports and keeps track of your sales, order details, and inventory into Shopify. See how;
QuickBooks helps you to import all your products from Shopify. Besides that, you can also create and sync new products on both QuickBooks and Shopify.
Let you get any order from a customer online or through Shopify POS. QuickBooks tracks all orders immediately. QuickBooks Commerce also helps you to create and sync these things such as shipments, report returns, and more.
If you need to sell your products wholesale or through multiple online stores, QuickBooks helps your business by keeping your Shopify store updated.
Whenever you add any customers in Shopify, QuickBooks syncs the customers and stores it also.
Know about data syncing between Shopify and QuickBooks
Read the following table to know, which type of data can be sync between Shopify and QuickBooks;
|Create a New Product||Whenever you create a new product in Shopify, it’s also created in QuickBooks.|
But, the cost details (example, initial cost price) aren’t imported from Shopify. This affects the Moving Average Cost (MAC) in QuickBooks. It is always better to create new products in QuickBooks.
|If you sync Shopify with QuickBooks for the first time, then you create a product, it doesn’t create one in Shopify. Try to manually create the product in Shopify after you create it in QuickBooks.|
|Delete a Product||When you delete a product in Shopify, it deletes the link between QuickBooks and Shopify products also.|
Note: It doesn’t delete the product in QuickBooks.
|When you delete a product in QuickBooks, it’s also deleted in Shopify.|
|Update a Product||If you update a product in Shopify, it’s also updated in QuickBooks.||If you update a product in QuickBooks, it’s also updated in Shopify.|
|Create a New Order||Whenever you create a new order in Shopify, it’s also created in QuickBooks.||With creating a new order in QuickBooks, it’s also created in Shopify.|
|Edit an Order||Whenever you edit an order in Shopify, it also updates shipment and returns the info in QuickBooks Commerce.||If you edit an order in QuickBooks, it also updates shipment and returns the info in Shopify.|
|Delete an Order||When you delete an order in Shopify, it’s also deleted in QuickBooks.||Deleting an order in QuickBooks cancels the order in Shopify.|
|Update a Stock Level||When you update an inventory level in QuickBooks, it’s also updated in Shopify.|
|Update a Price||If you update a price in QuickBooks, it’s also updated in Shopify.|
|Add a New Customer||If a new customer is added in Shopify, it’s also added in QuickBooks.|
|Update an Image||Each time you add an image, it is sent to QuickBooks Commerce at the product level.||When you add an image on a product published on Shopify, it syncs with Shopify’s gallery.|
Note: QuickBooks only syncs with Shopify products that have a name, product type, and at least one variant with a unique SKU, name, and price.
If a Shopify product doesn’t sync with QuickBooks
If in case, a Shopify product doesn’t sync with the QuickBooks then can follow the below procedure to sync the product with QuickBooks, follow these steps:
- First, go to the ‘Product‘ in Shopify.
- Fill the form with required fields: Name, Product Type, and at least one variant with a unique SKU, Name, and Price.
- Then ‘Save‘ the changes.
- Now ‘Refresh‘ the QuickBooks.
Tips to Manage your activities in Shopify with QuickBooks Commerce
Here are some of the tips, by which you can manage your activities in Shopify with QuickBooks Commerce. Have a look;
manage Activities in QuickBooks Commerce
- Connect supported sales channels or wholesale.
- Manage the shipping in QuickBooks if you ship items or want to connect ShipStation or ShipIt.
- Also manage and receive your returns.
- Manage your prices across multiple channels and stock levels across multiple locations.
- Add new products and create purchase orders for them.
manage Activitie in Shopify
- Keep your customer messaging updated.
- Manage your retail shipping if your carrier is connected to Shopify.
- And maintain the marketing and shipping emails to let your customers know when you ship their orders.
Hopefully, now you have the idea that how Shopify works with QuickBooks Commerce, and how you can manage your activity in Shopify. Contact our certified QuickBooks ProAdvisors +1-818-295-3510, if you have any kind of doubts or queries regarding this topic.