Business lender iwoca has announced the integration of its B2B payment solution, iwocaPay, with QuickBooks’s accounting software package.
UK-based iwoca said this makes it the first invoice checkout integration with a buy-now-pay-later (BNPL) option for businesses that use QuickBooks.
This is the latest in a long-line of integrations for iwoca and potentially delivers access to hundreds of thousands of businesses that use the QuickBooks platform—many of which are keen on interest-free BNPL options at checkout.
The latest integration follows on from iwocaPay’s Xero integration rolled out in 2021.
The fintech also recently announced its extension with ecommerce platform WooCommerce.
Lara Gilman, co-lead of iwocaPay, commented: “We’re delighted that QuickBooks users now have the option to include iwocaPay on their invoices.
“The ability for them to offer this flexibility to customers during today’s turbulent economic times will help B2B businesses attract more customers and make more money.
“iwocaPay welcomes more integrations of this kind. Our aim is for our digital B2B BNPL payment solution to be accessible to the entire business ecosystem, whether that’s through accounting platforms, ecommerce sites or somewhere else.”