Looking for a platform, where you can sell your items or products across multiple channels? If yes, then you should go for the QuickBooks Commerce to get all of the facilities of selling products in one place. Here in this source, we will help you to know more about QuickBooks Commerce and will know how WooCommerce works with QuickBooks Commerce. Feel free to dial our toll-free number+1-844-405-0904 for expert advice.
What is QuickBooks Commerce
QuickBooks Commerce is a single platform of the complete business solution by which you can manage your product across multiple channels, track products from inventory to fulfillment, can take control by integrating across e-commerce platforms, and can sync accounting to manage income, and expenses.
The formerly TradeGecko is now the sunsetting of the QuickBooks Commerce standalone product.
Let’s know, how QuickBooks Commerce is the all in one business solution;
- Update product listings, orders and inventory across channels and locations
- Give powerful knowledge into your business from all your sales information.
- You also can keep your financial reports up to date automatically by QuickBooks.
- Can easily identify the highest performing products improve the sales startegy.
- Also can create a custom online B2B store for wholesale sales.
In short, by using QuickBooks commerce with other QuickBooks tools small businesses owner can sync your orders, inventory, customers details, vendor’s info, etc.
How does QuickBooks Commerce work
QuickBooks commerce allows small business owners to manage their orders inventory and supply requests in an automated system. Whenever they sell any products direct to consumers or runs any wholesale business, the business should be able to do the following by QuickBooks:
Create and Receive Purchase Orders(PO):
Say goodbye to the days of manually creating and entering information from countless convoluted spreadsheets! QuickBooks helps to speed up your process to create your PO.
- QuickBooks commerce gives you features that you can create a purchase order(PO) when your stock level becomes low for one or more products.
- QB also colonizes pricing information based on the rates you negotiated with your vendors.
- It spends up the entire system and permits you to maintain all the POs in one location.
You can manually receive PO if it arrives at your warehouse.
Manage Inventory and Manufacturing:
Inventory is the main part of any kind of business. And QuickBook Commerce has shiny features for you to manage the inventories:
- Create and list products from a single location
- Make your stock levels up-to-date across one or more location
- Display prices on all your sales channels
- Manage product images and descriptions centrally
- Add or remove bin locations
Create Sales Orders(SO):
When you start your sales then you have to make sales orders in QuickBooks:
- Creates a sales order (SO)
- Changes the stock associated with the Sales Order (SO)
- Updates the stock levels on all your sales channels
If you’re suitable to sell past 0, you can also maintain your backorder process.
Pick, Pack, and Fulfil sales orders:
When you complete and fulfill a sales order, warehouse workers generate a picklist. Once an SO marks as packed, QuickBooks Commerce adjusts inventory counts in the system. The order will also fulfill either in-house or by connecting with a 3PL provider.
Use intelligence reports:
- QuickBooks Commerce’s intelligence reports can help you review all your reports from history and make the right decisions for your business.
- You can also customize, schedule, and deliver your reports straight to your inbox.
Manage your accounting:
You don’t need to do manual updates. Connect QuickBooks Commerce with your QuickBooks Online account to manage your ledger accurately. It also keeps financial performance up to date. You can also track your Amazon and Shopify payouts and send them to QuickBooks Online
How does WooCommerce work with QuickBooks Commerce
QuickBooks Commerce powers up WooCommerce stores, improving your business inventory management capabilities. The WooCommerce integration provides QuickBooks Commerce to pull orders, along with customer data. It also down and keep the retail price and stock levels up to date.
WooCommerce Inventory management:
- Stock Status: WooCommerce sets the current status of the product’s stock.
- Maintain stock: You can determine if WooCommerce keeps track of product inventory or not.
- Stock Quantity: You can also find the number of items you have in stock for this product.
- SKU: It is used to set a unique identifier for each product you sell.
- Allow backorders: It defines how backorders are managed.
WooCommerce products sync to QuickBooks Commerce:
- WooCommerce imports a simple product to QuickBooks Commerce with a single variant.
- WooCommerce also imports QuickBooks Commerce variable products as a single product with multiple variations.
- WooCommerce sync many types of products such as Simple, Variable, Subscription, and Variable-subscription to QuickBooks Commerce.
- QuickBooks Commerce only syncs the first three properties of any WooCommerce product.
Note: WooCommerce doesn’t sync this type of product such as External/Affiliate, and Grouped to QuickBooks Commerce.
Which WooCommerce product details sync with QuickBooks Commerce?
Here are some of the tables, that will help you to know, in WooCommerce, which product details will sync with the QuickBooks Commerce.
For Simple product
|WooCommerce Product Details||Syncs As||QuickBooks Commerce Product Details|
Note: This syncs to QuickBooks Commerce when you import your products.
|→||Product_typeNote: Product type changes in QuickBooks Commerce don’t change product types in WooCommerce.|
When there is more than one variant in QuickBooks Commerce
|WooCommerce Product Details||Syncs As||QuickBooks Commerce Variant Details|
|Title||⇆||NameNote: QuickBooks Commerce creates names for variants based on the WooCommerce product names.|
Note: This sync only happens on import. Changes in the stock quantity in WooCommerce don’t reflect in QuickBooks Commerce. Instead, you can create a stock adjustment or purchase order to update your WooCommerce product’s stock quantity.
|Regular_price||⇆||This syncs depending on the price_list_id setting on the channel. It defaults to sync with TG retail_price.|
|Sale_price||⇆||This syncs depending on the sale_price_list_id setting on the channel.|
|WooCommerce product details||Imports as||QuickBooks Commerce Product Details|
|Product_typeNote: This syncs on import.||→||Product_type|
Note: Product type changes in QuickBooks Commerce don’t change product types in WooCommerce.
|WooCommerce Variation Details||Imports As||QuickBooks Commerce Variant Details|
|Title||→||NameNote: QuickBooks Commerce creates names for variants based on the WooCommerce product names and the variant SKU.|
|Stock_quantity||→||Initial_stock_levelNote: This sync only happens on import. Changes in the stock quantity in WooCommerce don’t reflect in QuickBooks Commerce. Instead, you can create a stock adjustment or purchase order to update your WooCommerce product’s stock quantity.|
|Regular_price||→||This syncs depending on the price_list_id setting on the channel. It defaults to sync with QuickBooks Commerce retail_price.|
|Sale_price||→||This syncs depending on the sale_price_list_id setting on the channel.|
It’s all about the QuickBooks Commerce, and its functions. Hopefully, now you have the idea that what is QuickBooks Commerce, and how does it work with WooCommerce. You can get assisted by our certified QuickBooks Proadvisors to get details regarding this topic.