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Release Notes

Below are the notable changes to the Procore + QuickBooks integration.

Recent Changes

Updated ERP Icon Color Scheme (2/16/2018)

If your company has enabled the ERP Integrations tool for use with an integrated ERP system, color-coded icons and ribbons appear in relevant areas of Procore. This visually highlights your system's ERP integration data, to help you quickly identify its current state. See ERP Integrations: Updated Color Scheme for ERP Icons.

Updated 'Add Filter' in Companies Tab of Directory Tools To Reflect Cost Code Configuration (2/14/2018)

Updated the selections in the 'Add Filter' drop-down list for the Company and Project level Directory tools. Now, if the company account is using an ERP integration (e.g., Dexter + Chaney Spectrum, QuickBooks, Sage 300 CRE, or Viewpoint Vista), the available selection in the list will show the appropriate cost code types that are available (e.g., Sage 300 CRE Cost Code, QuickBooks Cost Code, and so on). If the ERP Integrations tool is NOT enabled, this selection reads 'Cost Code' or 'Company Name Cost Code.'

Added 'Customer' Column to 'Archived Jobs' in ERP Integrations Tool (1/24/2018)

Updated the Procore + QuickBooks integration to add a 'Customer' column on the 'Archived Jobs' page. Also renamed the former 'Project Name' column so it now reads 'Job Name'. 

Procore Now Supports Integrations With QuickBooks 2018 (1/2/2018)

Procore now supports integration with the following versions of QuickBooks 2018:

  • QuickBooks Pro 2018 
  • QuickBooks Premier 2018 (Contractor Edition) 
  • QuickBooks Enterprise 2018 (Contractor Edition)

For a complete list of supported versions, see About the QuickBooks Connector.

All Changes

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