Autotask Announces Integration with FreshBooks' Online Billing and Invoicing Software -- Seamless Integration Allows End-to-End IT Business Management in the Cloud

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Autotask Corporation today announced an integration between its SaaS-based IT business management solution and FreshBooks’ SaaS-based online billing and invoicing software. The integration, developed by Chicago-based itDuzzit™, allows Autotask users to significantly streamline the invoicing process by exporting billing items and information directly into FreshBooks and invoicing their products and services online. The FreshBooks integration also allows users to accept online payment by credit card, e-checks, bank transfer or PayPal®, further shortening the billing cycle.

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Autotask is the world's leading cloud-based business management software for the channel.

Successful IT service companies manage their businesses with Autotask. Billing with FreshBooks allows those Autotask users to streamline their invoicing processes while making the money they deserve from their valuable time and expertise.

Autotask Corporation today announced an integration between its SaaS-based IT business management solution and FreshBooks’ SaaS-based online billing and invoicing software. The integration, developed by Chicago-based itDuzzit™, allows Autotask users to significantly streamline the invoicing process by exporting billing items and information directly into FreshBooks and invoicing their products and services online. The FreshBooks integration also allows users to accept online payment by credit card, e-checks, bank transfer or PayPal®, further shortening the billing cycle.

The integration was developed using the Autotask and FreshBooks application programming interfaces (APIs) and will allow users to:

  • Seamlessly export Autotask invoices to FreshBooks
  • Automatically update Autotask account information in FreshBooks
  • Automatically create Autotask billing items in FreshBooks
  • Automatically update FreshBooks invoice numbers in Autotask
  • Invoice customers and accept payment online
  • Create payment notifications and reminders
  • Synchronize an unlimited number of Autotask-to-FreshBooks customers and transactions

“It is mission-critical that our clients are able to choose the tools and systems they use to work with their customers and to run their businesses. That is why we continue to develop our world-class API and why we are committed to making sure Autotask is an open platform for our users,” said Len DiCostanzo, Autotask senior vice-president of community and business development. “This project is a direct result of requests from our joint users and we are very excited to have the FreshBooks integration available for Autotask clients around the world.”

"Successful IT service companies manage their businesses with Autotask,” said Sunir Shah, Chief Handshaker and Head of the Platform at FreshBooks. “Billing with FreshBooks allows those Autotask users to streamline their invoicing processes while making the money they deserve from their valuable time and expertise.”

“Businesses shouldn’t have to spend hours each month manually synchronizing data across multiple cloud applications,” said Steve Mendoza, co-founder of itDuzzit. “The Autotask FreshBooks integration demonstrates how itDuzzit can automate the integration process and help companies save time, save money, and get the most out of their cloud applications.”

Autotask users interested in the Autotask-to-FreshBooks integration can find more information and sign up for a 7-day free trial by visiting http://www.itduzzit.com/home/solutions/autotask-freshbooks-integration/.

About FreshBooks
FreshBooks is planet Earth’s leading online invoicing and bookkeeping service for small businesses, freelancers and service based professionals. Since 2004, FreshBooks has helped over 3.5 million people take the pain out of billing. Dedicated to designing extraordinary customer experiences, FreshBooks helps people focus on what they love to do, instead of their paperwork. Get a free account at http://www.freshbooks.com.

About itDuzzit
itDuzzit is a cloud integration platform that offers pre-built connectors and integration solutions for popular cloud applications. Businesses use itDuzzit to streamline cross-application business processes, eliminate redundant data entry, synchronize data, and send notifications using, email, SMS text, or social media. itDuzzit’s unique platform allows non-developers to create custom integration solutions in minutes using a no-coding, drag-and-drop “duzzit” editor. Solutions can be deployed as a web form, a widget, an API, an email drop box, or a scheduled process. itDuzzit is owned and operated by Itrios LLC and is based in Chicago, IL.

For more information or to try itDuzzit for free, visit http://www.itDuzzit.com.

About Autotask Corporation
Autotask Corporation provides the world's leading hosted IT business management software to streamline and optimize business processes for technology solution providers. The software integrates a broad range of critical business systems, including customer relationship management (CRM), service desk, tech scheduling, project management, billing and reporting, and provides real-time service delivery intelligence to help users understand the factors that drive their business and their profitability.

Autotask is accessible from virtually any computing or mobile device connected to the Internet and features a world-class API that seamlessly integrates with the other systems and tools that providers rely on to run their businesses.

For more information about Autotask Corporation and products, please visit http://www.autotask.com or call 518-720-3500 Ext. 1.

Media Contacts:

For FreshBooks
Peter La
Add-ons Manager
peter(at)freshbooks(dot)com
416-481-6946 x260

For itDuzzit
Steve Mendoza
Co-founder
smendoza(at)itduzzit(dot)com
Telephone: 1.773.506.4299

For Autotask Corporation
Bruce J. McEwing
Director of Marketing
bmcewing(at)autotask(dot)com
Telephone: 1.518.720-3500

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