I need to connect QB POS to Big Commerce Website for inventory control. Is there a QB product I can use or do I have to use a web connector? Debbie

I would prefer to use a QB Product instead of a web connector. Manual inventory of the website is leaving room for mistakes and errors.

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Hi thebsack,

Let me share a couple of options that you may consider so you can get an inventory control app to integrate with your QuickBooks POS account

You can go to Intuit Marketplace to see if Big Commerce website is supported with QuickBooks. If not, look for other third-party applications that supports inventory control.

If you have further questions about integrating QuickBooks POS, I suggest reaching out to our QuickBooks POS Support Team.

Here's an article for more information when you encounter error using QuickBooks Point of Sale: Error POS Got Stuck When Using QuickBooks POS.

Let me know how it goes. I'd be here to help you.

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