Revolut Business integrates with Clear Books

Revolut Business has announced a new integration with small business cloud-based accounting software Clear Books.

Revolut Business customers in the UK can now view transaction records, track whether invoices are paid or outstanding, record bills and expenses, and automatically create financial reports.

Clear Books’ secure bank feeds integrate with Revolut Business to update up to four times daily with the most recent transactions. These can be matched to sales and purchases in order for accountants to have a complete picture of a business’ finances. Customers can also set up smart rules for automatic allocation, allowing them to match repeating transactions in just one click.

Revolut Business users can ensure that their business and tax reporting is accurate by setting up a bank feed between their UK Revolut Business accounts and Clear Books, allowing them to view business-critical information such as outstanding bills and overdue invoices.

Clear Books joins the likes of Xero, Slack, FreeAgent and Zapier in the Revolut Business Connect ecosystem. It has signed up over 400,000 business customers worldwide since it was launched in July 2017.

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