Synder offers e-commerce businesses the possibility to improve management of business finances, save time on bookkeeping operations, have accurate P&L statements, balance sheets, tax reports, and reconcile books in literally a couple of clicks.
FREMONT, CA: Synder, a smart app for finance and bookkeeping management, has recently collaborated with e-commerce platforms, like Shopify, eBay, Amazon, and Ecwid. From now on, e-commerce businesses can join the family of more than 20K small and medium businesses who effectively manage their AR and put accounting on complete autopilot, having their sales and fees automatically recorded and categorized in QuickBooks and Xero.
Released in 2017, Synder visions at helping business people and accounting professionals to automatically bring Stripe, Square, and PayPal transactions into QuickBooks or Xero, saving about 8 hrs a week on bookkeeping work and facilitating reconciliation by transferring data with a high level of granularity. Striving for continuous enhancement of their functionality and for excellence in offering great customer experience and support, Synder has started to conquer its position among the top-notch business apps.
Synder gathers all the necessary transaction data from multiple online payment platforms like Stripe, PayPal, Square, and more in one place and automatically synchronize it with accounting, facilitating transaction categorization and management, and ensuring the accuracy of the books by eliminating manual data entry and extending their integration list to comprise the most popular e-commerce platforms, such as Shopify, Amazon, and more.
The features that Synder offers to e-commerce businesses include, connecting multiple e-commerce platforms, creating and sending one-click invoices and closing them automatically in accounting upon payment, setting up recurring invoices to ensure all products and services are paid on time, downloading online payments data with all the necessary details, and complete books protection from messing up thanks to the Rollback function.