DataDear Alternative For Xero & QuickBooks Online – Scott’s Excel Add-In
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Build Flexible Financial Reports In Excel & Excel Online Using Live Data From Xero & QuickBooks Accounting Software
Sync live data from Xero & QuickBooks accounting software into Excel
Create bespoke and custom reports that automatically refresh in one click
Easily prepare consolidated reports and compare multiple Xero & QuickBooks accounts
How does Scott's Excel Add-In work?
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Frequently Asked Questions
G Accon pulls Xero reports into Google Sheets. Their product integrates with Google Sheets directly but not Excel. Scott’s integrates directly with Microsoft Excel and Excel Online and delivers transactional level detail which allows for more flexibility in reporting.
In one workbook, you can connect as many QuickBooks and Xero entities as you need. This means you and your team can easily run any consolidated reporting.
Because the add-in uses formulas to pull through data from your accounting system, it’s quick and easy to integrate it into any existing Excel templates that you have. We also have a collection of templates ready to go on our website.
With Scott’s Excel add-in, you can access a range of general ledger data, including chart of accounts, account balances, budgets, net income, and much more. You can view the full list of functions here.
Scott’s Add-In is an Excel only add-in. We don’t currently support or integrate with Google Sheets. The Add-In works for accounting firms and finance professionals using Excel and Excel Online for their financial reporting and forecasting needs.
Because the majority of Scott’s users create their prepare their reports and forecasts in Excel, there’s no need to use Power BI.
Yes. When you use any of the =SCOTT functions it will accept input from any cells that reference values in data tables.
Absolutely. Scott’s can support multi-currency accounts in Xero.