rocknbil - 6:11 pm on Nov 21, 2011 (gmt 0)
Though I've just recently dug into it, look into SalesForce. This thing is huge and you can add or develop apps for almost everything - and a lot of them integrate with QB.
<rant>I'm so sick to death of Quickbooks. they really don't have it together . . . our company uses their online Time Tracker. QB tried to revise it and totally botched it, made it absolutely unusable, then rolled back to the old one . . . and then a few months later pushes out a memo that the "Legacy" time tracker's life ends this month. Poof, it will no longer be available. Their recommendation? "Find something else, we're done." Seriously. LOL . . . who does that?</rant>
Anyway we're going to use some form of integration with SalesForce, search up the apps there, you'll probably find something. If you can't, you can bet a medium skilled coder can create what you need, or you may be able to modify your SalesForce apps to do what you need it to.
An example, last year I was tasked with integrating web site sales with S.F. Going in, knowing nothing about SalesForce, it took about a week to "grok" it all, then only a few days to integrate the site with it. All orders from the site show up in S.F. . . . as INVOICES (in this context.) I'm sure that, from there, I could find some app to integrate to QB, if required.
It will take some getting used to, but the support files seem helpful, even though it's sometimes hard to locate the answers.