The program is designed to help Google customers discover solutions that work best with their existing productivity tools and to find apps they can trust, such as ZipBooks’ free accounting and invoicing app. ZipBooks works with Google Apps to empower users by giving them a great free accounting app that solves cash flow problems. Users can finance an invoice using the ZipBooks platform, which allows users to have the cash that they need when they need it.
“We want our customers to get the most out of their Google Apps experience by providing a simple and seamless way to connect third party apps that make work more productive and collaborative,” said Rahul Sood, Managing Director, Apps and Search at Google. “With the New & Notable section in the Google App Marketplace you can find powerful new apps and integrations across a range of categories that extend the capabilities of your Google Apps experience and make your teams more successful. We’re happy to announce that ZipBooks is one of the New & Notable apps in the Google Apps Marketplace for June.”
Since integrating with Google Apps in late 2015, an increasing number of users have installed ZipBooks because they find it convenient to create invoices directly from Google Drive. For many small businesses ZipBooks is fast becoming the “go to” QuickBooks alternative.
Companies interested in learning more about ZipBooks and our integration with Google Apps may visit the ZipBooks listing in the Google Apps Marketplace.
ZipBooks is the first accounting program to send and finance an invoice in a single click. ZipBooks provides bookkeeping, invoicing, time tracking, and credit card processing to small business owners without a paid monthly subscription. ZipBooks is on a mission to get business owners better access to short-term capital and lower the overall cost of running a business. ZipBooks has offices in Lehi, Utah. For more information visit http://zipbooks.com.
Brad Hanks is in charge of Growth at ZipBooks.