Archive: Apr 2013


Guidance on managing your customer attrition and billing

We are sharing some guidance here to make sure you don’t incur unnecessary overhead fees when you have customer attrition. As a reminder, Intuit charges developers $5.00 per month for each Connect to QuickBooks (OAuth) connection made. You can read more details on that here. Customers can stop paying for a variety of reasons including: Customer’s payment method was declined, or just stopped paying you. Customer was only a trial customer and never converted to a paid customer. Customer legitimately cancelled their subscription to your App. These customers have likely already… Read more

 April 23, 2013 | David Leary


QuickBooks API v3 April Release

Hey folks Just wanted to give you all a quick update that the April Release for QuickBooks API v3 was completed last week. As part of that, we've published the first round of documentation and have made that available for everyone to view: V3 docs Currently the v3 API is only accessible by a small number of early adopters we've accepted into our v3 program. We'll open up applications again leading up to the July release. In the… Read more

 April 22, 2013 | admin


From Intuit Anywhere to IPP QuickBooks API

We wanted to let you know in advance that over the next few weeks, references to Intuit Anywhere will be removed in phases. Why are we doing this? Intuit Anywhere as a label which encompasses both the IPP QuickBooks API, the Blue Dot widget and the Intuit App Center opportunity has been confusing to new developers on our platform. We've listened to the feedback and are working to simplify our content to the relevant areas developers care about. The underlying… Read more

 April 8, 2013 | admin