Integrate QuickBooks with Wordpress Website

Hello Team,

We are a current user of Quickbooks for our invoicing purpose and wish to accept online payment from it as well..

I recently came across your online tutorial which indicates that we can accept online payments directly through QuickBooks, here are the URL’s:

  

Though the videos are self-explanatory, I have a different concern here.

We are using a WordPress based website and are looking for a direct integration with QuickBooks, wherein when a user fills out the form on our website for a training registration, a new user gets created within QuickBook as well. Simultaneously an invoice gets generated to the user with the predefined cost of the course and offers the user to make payments through online.

And this entire process has to be automated.

So here is my question, does QuickBook offers any such solutions, wherein it directly gets integrated with WordPress website forms? Or Can you suggest me a solution for this.

Just for clarity I am listing down all the steps that we looking for:

Step 1: User Fills a Form on our WordPress based Website

Step 2: A new user gets created within QuickBooks, fetching the information from our websites form. (It could be a QuickBooks Embedded form as well.)

Step 3: After the user is created an Invoice (Automatically) gets generated, with the prefixed cost of the course the user has opted for and allows the user to make payments online.

Step 4: The user makes payment online and we get a notification on the same.

Hope this makes the process easy to understand.

In between our research to find out if QuickBooks integrate with WordPress, we came to know that through “Formidable form plugin” and establishing “Zapier” as a platform, we can integrate Quickbooks with WordPress…  But I am not sure if this serves my actual intent.

So I thought of reaching out you guys to get the best solution to establish this process.

I’d be happy discussing this with you on a call as well, let me know the best time we can speak.

Thanks

Aniket 

Answer

Hi there ddugal,

We appreciate the detailed information you've provided. We're glad you're able to get a background about QuickBooks Online Payments and how you can use it on your business. 

With regards to integrating WordPress through Zapier (third-party software), this process requires developers' expertise. It'd be best if you contact Zapier's support team. They'll be able to guide and help you ensure that it's integrated correctly and set up properly. 

If you want to explore other third-party applications you can integrate in QuickBooks Online, feel free to view the full list at https://apps.intuit.com/

Just in case you also want to learn more about QuickBooks Payments, here's an article:

QuickBooks Payments

If you have additional questions, don't hesitate to reach back to me. I'm only a comment away!

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