Today we are happy to announce our partnership with Intuit and the launch of a new product that puts the power of Fundbox completely inside of QuickBooks Online. This solution gives small business owners a simple way to fix their cash flow by advancing invoices without ever having to leave their QuickBooks account.
We couldn’t be more excited to be partnering with Intuit to make it even easier for small business to access the capital they need to run & grow their businesses in one click. The ease of having the Fundbox experience inside of QuickBooks supports our philosophy of using technology to empower small businesses while delivering an amazing customer experience. As VP of Intuit Small Business Group Alex Chriss said, “This is all about making it is easier for small businesses to access the short-term financing they need at the click of a button.” He continued,
“Our partnership with Fundbox enables us to deliver a financing solution to our small business customers that streamlines the application process, offers quicker decision making and most importantly, offers fair and transparent pricing.”
So how does it work? QuickBooks Online users will have access to a new ‘Advance Payment’ button inside of their QuickBooks, on the Sales Transactions tab:
For existing Fundbox customers, if you select ‘Advance Payment’ within QuickBooks Online, you’ll follow a similar process as you do today, all without ever having to open a new window.
Customers new to Fundbox will be walked through Fundbox account creation within QuickBooks Online. In less than 3 hours, you’ll be able to start advancing outstanding invoices and have money in your bank account as soon as the next business day.
It’s all coming soon and we can’t wait to roll it out to all Fundbox and QuickBooks Online customers over the next few months.
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Want to be on the early access list? Sign up to be one of the first to get Fundbox featured within QuickBooks by filling out this form: