How does the data from the expenses tracking applications(Zoho, Rydoo, Certify travel) import to QB? Thank you!

We are looking for the third party expenses tracking software.

All programs are similar, but nobody shows how the data is importing to QB, and if there are any issues with it?

Thank you,

Larisa Miller


Hi accounting, 

At this time, we're unable to recommend a specific application that integrates with QuickBooks Desktop. However, you can search one at our Intuit Marketplace. Then, filter the result according to Business Function by selecting Expense Management.

You can also check the customer reviews to help you decide which app greatly fits your needs. I've included to help you in case you have other questions about QuickBooks Desktop: Help Articles.

Keep in touch if you have any other concerns. I'd be here to help.

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