Frequently Asked Questions
Most frequent questions and answers
Vendorsync has been designed to work with all Windows based versions of QuickBooks Desktop as far back as 2014.
It is important to note that Intuit sunsets their software after 2.5 years which may impact the ability to import transactions into QuickBooks Desktop.
QuickBooks Desktop uses a special data sync tool called the Web Connector. It is through this web connector that Vendorsync is able to modify your vendor and account information.
Vendorsync is a cloud based application that does not require any additional program to be installed on your desktop computer. You will simply download a custom web connect file and open it with QuickBooks Desktop. That’s It!
Vendorsync does not require any personal or sensitive data to be passed over the web connector.
When Intuit first introduced the ability to import your bank transactions in 2013, they required every institution to register and receive an Intuit Bank ID Number (INTU.BID). QuickBooks Desktop looks for a recognized INTU.BID within the bank file for it to be accepted and downloaded.
That’s ok, Vendorsync will help you search for and assign the correct bank ID for your account. If your institution does not have a registered ID number, Vendorsync will assign a generic number so you can still import your data.
Currently Vendorsync is focused on downloadable .qbo files, however it will allow you to import .ofx files before converting them to the .qbo format.
Vendorsync specifically imports your transactions through the bank feed center to avoid duplicate transactions. Instead of creating duplicates, Vendorsync will match the transactions