Does the signature captured in point of sale, if we add that feature, transfer to qb financial during the financial exchange?

Does the signature captured in point of sale, if we add that feature, transfer to qb financial during the financial exchange?

We have net 30 customers and do a lot of invoice emailing from the financial side so I wanted to know if the signature transfers or if it would be necessary to email from point of sale every time a customer wanted the signed copy.


The signature capture in POS is limited to credit card sales, you would be referring to payment on account sales. And either way no they don't transfer in anyway to QB.

We have a customer display addon (Ability Business) that includes signature capture for any transaction, however again they are only in QBPOS. Another difference is ours do not print on the receipt itself, where as signatures captured in the base software do. 

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