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Translucent launches QuickBooks Online integration

Translucent, the accounting platform solving the financial management problems of multi-entity and multi-national businesses, today announces it has launched a QuickBooks Online (QBO) integration, enabling customers to consolidate and store multiple QBO files in one location.

Translucent enables businesses to unify their financial data so it can be seen, used, and edited in its entirety. It is being used by businesses around the world, from software companies to restaurant groups to property developers.

Integration with Existing Accounting Systems

The Translucent platform provides a suite of apps on top of existing accounting systems, such as QBO and Xero.

With this latest integration, QBO customers in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the Asia-Pacific region, are able to use Translucent to centralise multiple QBO files. They can utilise Translucent apps including 'Search', which enables searches across multi-entity data, 'Group Reporting’ to create automated, accurate reports, 'Live Sheets, which will launch soon, will enable customers to live connect QBO data to Google Sheets and ‘Intercompany’, which will automate intercompany journal posting. Further apps will be announced and launched in the coming months.

Michael Wood, Founder and CEO of Translucent, comments: “QBO is one of the world’s leading accounting systems and we are delighted to be able to help QBO users to solve their multi-entity problems.”

App #2 Group Reporting is now in open beta. Group Reporting is the best way to produce your consolidated reports, whether you have 2 or 200 entities.

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Michael Wood

Following its £2.7M pre-seed in March, Translucent closes a seed round of £5M co-led by Chalfen Ventures and LocalGlobe, to better serve the demand for its platform.