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Which is a better choice?
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ecc v.  t-hub opinions?  experiences? 
 
nancysgonegreen
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Hello -

I need a way to integrate Magento with quickbooks and also print shipping labels, and these two programs claim to do both. If anyone has tried one or both, can you please share your experiences, pros and cons, etc?

Also, which is better at handling configurable product inventory?

Thanks!

 
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T-Hub is where we are going - try the demo and you should be able to get it hooked up to Magento in “minutes”. It does UPS which is a bonus, they will charge you on a per store basis, so don’t go overly multi-store!

 
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nancysgonegreen
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Do you create your products from within quickbooks and then have them transferred to magento, or do you create products in Magento and have them transferred to quickbooks?

I am particularly interested in configurable products. Has anybody used either T-hub or ecc with configurable products? Do you initially create products in quickbooks or Magento?

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Since I’m representing Webgility, I won’t give an opinion on which one is better but will try to address your questions. You can download a trial of eCC from our website.

1) If you are starting from scratch, you’ll want to create your products in Magento first and then use eCC to create the QB items.
2) eCC works well with configurable products.
3) When you create a product using eCC from QB to Magento, it assigns a default attribute set which can be somewhat limiting. This is why we recommend creating the products in Magento first. If all your products are already in QB then you can simply get a Magento extension that changes attribute sets.
4) eCC works well with UPS Worldship and several other shipping label apps.
5) eCC does support multi-stores in Magento as well.

Thanks.

Parag

 
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webgility
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Hi,

Our Quickbooks shopping carts integration program eCC V3.4 has just been released! Try it out for free for 15-days

at http://www.webgility.com. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions at (877) 753-5373 ext. 1.

Thanks,

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CartSpan
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Greetings,

CartSpan (http://CartSpan.com) now supports integration of Magento with QuickBooks and has very strong support for configurable and bundled products.

You can find some nice reviews on Magento Connect at: 

http://magentocommerce.com/magento-connect/peachtree-accounting-integration.html

Thanks,

Scott Wheeler, Owner
Noverhead Software, LLC
513-708-1317

 
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