Two powerful tools, together

Integrate Quickbooks Online and Holistics to turn your data into actionable insights.

About Quickbooks Online

Quickbooks Online provides online accounting software.


Stitch offers detailed documentation on how to sync all your Quickbooks Online data today.

Stitch Quickbooks Online Documentation

About Holistics

Holistics is a cloud data platform for automating data operations and reporting. Companies use Holistics to automate their full business intelligence process, from preparing raw database data to SQL reports and insight delivery. Data professionals work more independently, and business users can answer their own questions with no learning curve.

Learn more about Holistics

Stitch makes it easy to get data into Holistics.

Follow these three steps:

Data flowing out of Quickbooks Online

Connect Quickbooks Online to Stitch

Quickly connect your Quickbooks Online account to Stitch, choose your data, and replicate on a schedule you define.

Data flowing through Stitch logo

Send your data to the leading warehouses

Stitch delivers your data to the analytics warehouse of your choice. Don't have a warehouse yet? No problem. Stitch can provision one for you.

Data flowing into an analytics warehouse

Connect your warehouse to Holistics

In most cases, it's simply a matter of providing access credentials. Stitch helps you focus on analysis, not data consolidation.

Data flowing into Holistics

Expected Quickbooks Online data

Here’s a sample of the raw Quickbooks Online data that Stitch will replicate to your analytics warehouse:

Accounts

The accounts table includes the account ID, name, status, type, balance, currency, and creation time.

Table name: quickbooks_accounts

Bills

The bills table contains information about AP transactions, or a request-for-payment from a third-party. Attributes include currency type, exchange rate, total amount, due date, balance, and more.

Table name: quickbooks_bills

Deposits

Deposits include direct deposits and customer payments moved into the Asset Account after being held in the Undeposited Funds account. Attributes include the amount, deposit ID, and date.

Table name: quickbooks_deposits

Journal Entries

The journalentries table records AR and AP account information, including the journal entry ID, transaction date, and line item information.

Table name: quickbooks_journalentries

Invoices

Invoices are sales forms that a customer pays later. The invoices table records any deposit information, date, line items, tax information, and customer information.

Table name: quickbooks_invoices

Transfers

The transfers table records information on funds moved between accounts. Attributes include the transfer ID, amount, account information, and date.

Table name: quickbooks_transfers

View all tables

Jumpstart your Quickbooks Online analytics with reusable blocks

dbt packages can speed up your work

Once you replicate your Quickbooks Online data with Stitch, you can use it in many ways. For example, you can use the data modeling and transformation tool dbt to prepare data for reporting, analytics, or machine learning applications.

Dbt has prebuilt packages for many Stitch data sources, including Quickbooks Online. Here’s a look at code for modeling Quickbooks Online data. This particular block of code models the general ledger for all accounts and provides a solid foundation for further analysis.

View the source on GitHub →
                          
                            with unioned as (
  select
    id,
    txn_date,
    amount,
    account_id,
    transaction_type::varchar(64),
    source::varchar(64),
    class_id
  from {{ref('quickbooks_bill_transactions')}}
  union all
  select * from {{ref('quickbooks_billpayment_transactions')}}
  union all
  select * from {{ref('quickbooks_invoice_transactions')}}
  union all
  select * from {{ref('quickbooks_purchase_transactions')}}
  union all
  select * from {{ref('quickbooks_journal_transactions')}}
  union all
  select * from {{ref('quickbooks_deposit_transactions')}}
  union all
  select * from {{ref('quickbooks_payment_transactions')}}
), accounts as (
  select * from {{ref('quickbooks_accounts_xf')}}
)
select
  unioned.*,
  case
    when accounts.account_type = unioned.transaction_type
      then amount
    else
      amount * -1
  end as adj_amount
from unioned
  inner join accounts on unioned.account_id = accounts.id
                          
                        

Quickbooks Online to your data warehouse in minutes

Stitch delivers all your data to the leading data lakes, warehouses, and storage platforms.

Stitch saves us a ton of time. Having a standard process to put the data in the warehouse and then feeding that data to a dashboard gives us more time to dig and uncover the story the data is telling us.

Kristen Allcorn

Data Analyst, NextAfter

Why our customers choose Stitch

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