Connex for QuickBooks User Guide
- Connex for QuickBooks Product Overview
- Getting Started with Connex Desktop
- Connex Quickbooks Online
- Customers Matching
- Inventory Site
- Inventory Sync
- Price Levels
- Purchase Orders
- Sales Tax
- Sales Orders
- Sync Orders from QuickBooks Desktop
- Unit of Measure
- Web Connector
Frequently Asked Questions
General Troubleshooting Guide
- Contact Support
- Deposit Match Troubleshooting
- QuickBooks Desktop Error Messages
- Inventory Troubleshooting
- Incorrect Orders Troubleshooting
- Sales Tax Troubleshooting
- Web Connector Troubleshooting
- QuickBooks Online Error Messages
- Login and Performance
- Match Deposit Tool Troubleshooting
- Product Matching Troubleshooting
- Customer Matching Troubleshooting
- Rules Engine
- Orders from QuickBooks
- Payments Troubleshooting
- Missing Orders Troubleshooting
- Update Shipping Details Troubleshooting
Integrations Help Guide
Rules Engine Guide
Do you support assembly items?
We match the QuickBooks item name and website SKU
Is there a demo?
Here is a demo:
Can Connex create missing inventory assembly items in QuickBooks?
Not at this time. We can match the product SKU to the QuickBooks item name of an assembly item. We are working on adding assembly items automatically for a future release of Connex.
Can Connex bring over COGS?
Our software adds a single line item to the order, which matches the assembly item. QuickBooks will debit the COGS account and credit the asset account for the bill of materials. Since we almost never receive COGS, we recommend a mass import of assembly items into QuickBooks.
Why use assembly items?
Here are the reasons:
- You can tell how many kits you have left in stock.
- You can tell how many kits you can build with raw materials.
- The price of a kit matches the price in your selling channel.
What does an assembly look like?
In this example, we created an inventory assembly item called fruit basket. It contains apples and oranges. As we sell more fruit baskets, QuickBooks debits the COGS account and credits the inventory asset account. QuickBooks decrements the quantity on hand of the fruit basket, the apples and oranges.