September 22, 2010 49 Comments
Intuit PaymentNetwork (code name IPN) seamlessly integrates with QuickBooks 2011. A small business can now send an invoice through QuickBooks and get paid fast using IPN. QuickBooks invoices enabled for online payments will now have a link for the end customer to directly pay the small business. The plot thickens with the added benefits of low cost (only 50 cent/payment), faster funding (next day funding for most payments less than $5000) and automatic reconciliation.
No longer does the small business have to wait for paper checks in the mail or pay the high costs for credit card payments. IPN is here to save the day for all QuickBooks 2011 businesses.
Release Date: 27th September 2010
Genres: Payments ¦ Invoicing ¦ QuickBooks
Rating: G for customer delight, seamless integration and fast payments
Starring: IPN, 50c Payment, Next Day Funding (aka NDF) and introducing Reconciliation
Production Co.: Intuit Inc.
Produced in: United States
To watch the trailer click here: Demo Link
Stills/screen shots from the release:
1. IPN on ‘Create Invoice’ form
2. Payment link in invoice
3. Two easy steps for customers to pay (Sign in and pay the invoice)
4. Payment reconciled in QuickBooks
Note from the IPN team: We hope that all of you enjoy this new release. Please provide feedback by posting on this blog or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org