Toronto, Canada - June 24, 2021 - FreshBooks, a leading cloud accounting software with paying customers in 100+ countries, today announced the availability of its Connector for Microsoft Outlook on Microsoft AppSource, an online cloud marketplace providing tailored line-of-business solutions. The Connector for Outlook will make it easier for small business owners to send invoices to their clients through an integration with Outlook. FreshBooks is also available through Microsoft’s channel partner Ingram Micro.
FreshBooks customers can now connect their accounting software with their Outlook contacts, making it even simpler for business owners to send invoices to their clients and contacts. In addition to the integration with Outlook, Microsoft’s network of small business owners can now discover and access FreshBooks’ owner-first accounting platform through these channels:
Following FreshBooks’ partnership with Ingram Micro last year, the accounting software provider will now also be included in Microsoft’s Reseller Network, helping tech-savvy business advisors match their clients with the popular accounting software platform.
“Microsoft is a key tool for business owners everywhere, so this relationship was a natural fit considering the goals of FreshBooks are to make day-to-day operations as seamless as possible for small business owners,” said George Kyriakis, Senior Director of Business Development at FreshBooks. “We’re excited to provide this new and useful integration to our owners all over the globe, and to reach millions of new small business owners through the Microsoft AppSource Marketplace.”
Toby Bowers, General Manager, Business Applications Group, Microsoft said, “We’re happy to welcome Freshbooks to Microsoft AppSource, which gives our partners great exposure to cloud customers around the globe. Microsoft AppSource offers partner solutions such as Freshbooks to help customers meet their needs faster.”
This launch is another significant alliance that FreshBooks has forged over the last several months; other recent partnerships include integrations with BarclayCard, Square and KeyPay, and a collaboration with Ingram Micro in the US and UK. In September 2020, FreshBooks also acquired Mexican e-invoicing company Facturama with the goal of expanding the company’s audience in Spanish-speaking markets.
FreshBooks is changing the way business owners manage their books. Its owner-first accounting platform, loved by businesses in over 100 countries, takes an easy-to-use approach to managing finances, billing, payments, and client engagement. FreshBooks, known for its 10x Stevie award winning customer support, serves customers of all sizes from offices in Canada, Croatia, Mexico, Netherlands, and US.