Insynq Partners with Service Fusion

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Insynq is now the preferred cloud hosting provider for QuickBooks Desktop for customers of Service Fusion, a provider of field service management software. The partnership enhances their mutual goal to offer clients solutions that enable them to work remotely in a secure, controlled environment.

The alliance is a natural fit for both Insynq, which specializes in QuickBooks hosting, and Service Fusion, whose software integrates seamlessly with QuickBooks’ online and desktop versions. Service Fusion software synchronizes customer and product information bi-directionally in QuickBooks. Changes to job invoices, payments, estimates, dispatching, scheduling, and more can be made in Service Fusion, and will push to QuickBooks automatically, keeping clients’ accounting systems up to date in real time.

Insynq and Service Fusion customers will receive a discounted rate on the partners’ respective services and software. Insynq’s technical support staff is ready to integrate the Service Fusion plugin with a client’s QuickBooks subscription, along with any needed updates.

“We’re very excited to partner with Service Fusion. We’ve seen an accelerating acceptance of the cloud within the field service market, which makes sense given the mobile nature of what these organizations do. Field Service businesses can do this through cloud-native applications like Service Fusion as well as by accessing desktop applications that are hosted in the cloud.” said Elliot Luchansky, Insynq CEO. “The field service industry demands work to be mobile with the ability to work from anywhere. This partnership and it’s strong traction highlights how cloud computing is empowering Field Service organizations, and does a nice job of bridging cloud applications with cloud-based desktops.”

“Partnering with Insynq just works. This partnership gives Service Fusion customers a fully redundant, more secure way to host their Quickbooks Desktop data in the cloud.”

–Max Paltsev, Service Fusion CEO

The field service industry has been increasingly looking to cloud computing as an alternative to on-premises solutions. Cloud-based software allows field service technicians to be more efficient, boosting business profitability. The cloud not…

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