QuickBooks Desktop Transition

By Amelia Dwyer | Updated

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Revel Systems is ending our QuickBooks Desktop integration at the end of 2018.

In order to best provide you with a seamless QuickBooks experience, we will instead be investing 100% of our development efforts into our cloud-based QuickBooks Online integration.

Data will stop syncing from Revel to QuickBooks Desktop on December 31st, 2018.

The following related links will assist you with this transition:

 

Although Revel won’t be supporting QuickBooks Desktop in the future, if you ever need to add your Revel data to QuickBooks Desktop you can import your sales data or create those entries manually:


Integration Feature Differences

There is more details on each feature of the QuickBooks Online integration HERE.

Feature QBO QBDT
Revel Supported Integration
  • Yes
  • No
Payroll
  • Plus version required for use.
  • Does NOT support double time or overtime.
  • Only rounds to whole numbers.
  • Does sync overtime and double time.
  • Only rounds to whole numbers.
  • Payroll QBDT. 
Employees
  • Employees will sync between Revel and QBO.
  • Employees can be created in either Revel or QBO but not in both.
  • Employees and Payroll QBDT.
  • Employees will sync between Revel and QBO.
  • Employees can be created in either Revel or QBO but not in both.
Vendors
  • Imports and exports from QBO to Revel and Revel to QBO (during initial connection).
  • If data is in both QBO and Revel, it will populate to both (during initial connection).
  • After initial sync, Vendors will sync from Revel to QBO.
  • Vendors should be created in Revel only after initial integration.
  • Vendors QBDT.
  • Imports and exports from QBDT to Revel and Revel to QBDT (during initial connection).
  • If data is in both QBDT and Revel, it will populate to both (during initial connection).
  • After initial sync, Vendors will sync from Revel to QBDT.
  • Vendors should be created in Revel only after initial integration.
  • Vendors and Purchase Orders QBDT.
Purchase Orders
  • Comes over in a Bill at the sales summary level.
  • Receive inventory also comes over in a Bill at the sales summary level.
  • Journal Entries are created to balance accounts and for other inventory activities.
  • Purchase Orders QBO.
  • Inventory QBO.
  • Comes over in a Bill at the sales summary level.
  • Receive inventory also comes over in a Bill at the sales summary level.
  • Journal Entries are created to balance accounts and for other inventory activities.
  • Vendors and Purchase Orders QBDT.
  • Inventory Integration QBDT.
Sales Summary Report
  • Yes
Product Class Sales Report
  • Yes
Product Sales Report
  • Yes
  • Yes
Payment Reconciliation
  • Yes - Shows each transaction and will auto reconcile to QB Payments Account.
  • Yes - Shows each transaction and will auto reconcile to QB Payments Account.
Invoices
  • Access in Revel Point of Sale Reporting.
  • Deposits will come over as line items.
  • Invoices must be closed for full payment to appear on Sales Summary Reports.
  • The amount closed will show as an Applied Deposit.
  • Customer Deposits and Invoices QBO
  • Access in Revel Point of Sale Reporting.
  • Deposits will come over as line items.
  • Invoices must be closed for full payment to appear on Sales Summary Reports.
  • The amount closed will show as an Applied Deposit.
  • Customer Deposits and Invoices QBDT
Taxes
  • Access in Revel Point of Sale Reporting.
  • QBO only supports one tax rate - Revel supports multiple.
  • One tax rate must be setup in QBO.
  • Taxes QBO.
  • Access in Revel Point of Sale Reporting.
  • Multiple tax rates supported.
  • Taxes sync to Tax Vendors in QBDT.
  • Taxes QBDT.


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