Quickbooks Desktop is a robust accounting solution designed for small- and medium-sized businesses. By installing Grow’s Ground2Cloud connector, your on-site Quickbooks data can be pulled in, updated, and integrated with reports from other cloud-based services, so you can visualize the financial performance metrics most vital to the success of your business all in one place.
This integration is currently in beta testing.
Get More with Grow — Your Quickbooks Desktop Reporting Tool
- Gain powerful insights when you add Quickbooks Desktop to your all-in-one business command center in Grow.
- Connect, blend, customize, and monitor data from Quickbooks Desktop alongside your other essential business data in real-time, in the palm of your hand.
- Strategically visualize your data to focus your team around the goals and objectives that matter most.
“Grow has been a great tool and the integration with Quickbooks Desktop has been a huge asset. It puts the most important highlights right at our fingertips. Visibility of important data to key leaders is vital to helping our business move forward and grow.”
Questions You Can Answer With
Quickbooks Desktop + Grow
What is our running cash balance for the past 12 months?
What is our net income and profit margin this month compared to last month?
How much have our monthly sales grown this year compared to last year?
Which of our clients have the highest outstanding receivables balances due?
How much of our accounts receivable balance is at risk this month?
What are our actual expenses compared to what we budgeted for each month?
Reports and Data Available From Quickbooks Desktop
AP Aging Summary: A summary of accounts payable balances by days outstanding, including vendor, current, 1 – 30, 31 – 60, 61 – 90, > 90, and total.
AR Aging Summary: A summary of accounts receivable balances by days outstanding, including customer, customer ID, current, 1 – 30, 31 – 60, 61 – 90, > 90, and total.
Balance Sheet: Three formats are available for the Balance Sheet report: Standard, Budget vs. Actual, and Previous Year Comparison. The reports contain all assets, liabilities, and equity information. Field data includes date, type, sales, commission income, sales adjustments, uncategorized income, total income, technical expense, cost of goods sold, payroll, exp. and benefits, other manufacturing, transport, and wage expense fields, total COGS, gross profit, bad debts, total expense, gain or loss on sale of assets, interest income, total other income, amortization, depreciation, interest expense, net income, etc.
Profit and Loss: Two formats are available for the Profit and Loss report: Standard and Previous Year Comparison. The reports contain P&L data including date, petty cash account, checking/savings, accounts receivable, total current assets, total assets, total accounts payable, total current liabilities, total liabilities, net income, total equity, total liabilities and equity, etc.
Example Metrics From Quickbooks Desktop
- Accounts Receivable Balances by Age – Current Month
- Monthly Cash Balances – Past Year
- Operating Expenses – Current MTD vs. Last Month
- Monthly Gross Margin – Current YTD
- Net Income – Current MTD vs. Last Month
- Monthly Sales – Current YTD vs. Last Year
- Receivables Balance by Client Name – Current YTD
- Monthly Budgeted vs. Actual Expenses – Current YTD