Setting up integration to Xero or QuickBooks Online as Secondary Connection let's you access Aged Receivables on all your customers. This shows you which invoices are yet to be paid (i.e. outstanding invoices), which can be particularly useful for your Sales team to know - especially if a customer is a late payer.
Please note: Aged Receivables is only available if you have one of the following Inventory Management Systems connected:
If your Primary Connection (i.e. your main integration) is to Xero or QuickBooks Online, skip straight to Step 2 below.
Step 1: Integrate Xero or QuickBooks as your Secondary Connection
Xero users: If you haven't already connected Xero as your Secondary Connection, follow this guide first.
QuickBooks Online users: If you haven't already connected QuickBooks Online as your Secondary Connection, follow this guide first.
Step 2: Review Aged Receivables
Now that you've connected either Xero or QuickBooks Online as your Secondary Connection, you can view the Aged Receivables page for each of your customers. Simply head to a Company, click on 'Aged Receivables', then from here you can view any outstanding invoices that have not yet been paid, as well as the total amount due.