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Frequently Asked Questions for Chase Cashflow360

Cashflow360 is an integrated end-to-end payments solution that allows businesses of any size to process invoices and payments quickly and easily. We’ve collaborated with BILL to provide this online service that allows clients to manage invoices and pay suppliers digitally. With Cashflow360, clients are able to manage their payables and receivables easily from Chase ConnectSM and make payments to any of the millions who pay and get paid with BILL’s payment directory.

BILL, the engine behind Cashflow360, is a recognized leader in online invoicing and bill payment processing. JPMorgan Chase chose an industry leader to develop a unique and powerful solution for its business clients. BILL has a network of millions who use their payment directory to pay and get paid, processing over $36 billion annually, and it helps millions of users save time paying bills by sending invoices to customers and collecting payments.

Cashflow360 works with most accounting systems through an automated sync option. Sync is supported with QuickBooks®, NetSuite®, Sage Intacct™, and Xero™. 

Sync allows Cashflow360 and your accounting system to exchange information such as vendor and customer names, bills, payments and chart-of-account, eliminating time-consuming and error-prone duplicate data entry.

Please note that Cashflow360 doesn’t integrate with Sage. It integrates with Sage Intacct™ only. 

If not using one of the four integrated accounting solutions, clients can use comma-separated values (CSV) files to map the fields they wish to sync between their accounting software and Cashflow360 and can use the import/export feature to keep the two up to date. 

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