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Importing payments into Quickbooks from Vantiv

Client is a busy Coffee Shop that uses QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise 2017 in the back office.  They used to use Quickbooks Payments, and they’ve changed to another, from Vantiv.  Now they’re struggling with getting their credit card transactions from Vantiv into Quickbooks, with the same level of detail they enjoyed with syncing Quickbooks Payments.  

How do we link Quickbooks and Vantiv, to make “importing” credit card transaction detail into the Undeposited Funds possible?
John Atkinson
John Atkinson
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Bill BachPresidentCommented:
If Vantiv doesn't provide a direct import module, then you could also use a script written to push the data via QODBC. I have done this from VBScript myself (and PowerShell should be easy enough) to import invoices, invoice lines, and so on. Importing payments shouldn't be that much more difficult, though you may need done logic to determine which payment via to which order.
John AtkinsonIT ConsultantAuthor Commented:
Thanks, Bill.
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