Can we use some kind of add inn or software to push invoices into QBO so we don't have double entry?

We use an ERP system to create all our invoices.   I then have to do double entry and add them into QBO.   I have tried ezzybills but it only loads them as expenses.   Is there anything that we can select all of our pdf invoices and send them into QBO and it will enter them?  Thanks


Hi there, Monte. 

Thanks also for coming over.

Searching for a third-party invoicing app that can cater your business needs is easy. All you need to do is to visit the site.  This page will provide variety of applications that can work seamlessly with QuickBooks Online.

Let me know if I can be of any assistance while working in QuickBooks Online. Have a great day.

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