For us, it is interesting to know how many of our users are using some accounting software.
E.g., in the UK, in order to pay VAT, our users should record all of their expenses. As Loyverse do not offer such features, but they do exist in accounting software (e.g., QuickBooks, Xero), we would like to know if our customers are using them, or if you don’t use such software, what other methods you use to record your expenses.
If you’re using Quickbooks/Xero, etc., it would also be good to know if you would like Loyverse to be integrated with that software.
Integration could be done in a way that Loyverse will send sales details to the accounting software for each transaction. And it will appear as a paid invoice in Quickbooks. Usually, an invoice is what the merchant issues to the buyer and a bill is what the merchant pays for his purchases. Quickbooks has both. Also, Loyverse could create a bill in Quickbooks automatically once you create a purchase order in Loyverse as "pending" status. But this is not all the bills that you might have. You could also get bills for rent, telephone, internet, etc. and those still will need to be created manually in Quickbooks.
For now, if you’re using an accounting software, you probably can just create one invoice at the end of the month with one item called "Products sold" and just enter the total amount of sales recorded in Loyverse.
Quickbooks could also be useful for our users for reports such as Profit and Loss (where you can see all of your operating expenses, not only cost of goods sold), Balance sheet (where you can see how much customers owe you, your current inventory value and how much you owe to suppliers), and you can see more information on cash flow, such as paid and outstanding bills/invoices, your current bank account balance, etc.