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Square integrates with MYOB

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Payments provider Square has announced integration with MYOB's Essentials and AccountRight accounting systems.

The integrations will mean that sales data from Square can flow automatically into MYOB, eliminating the error-prone and tedious task of rekeying the data.

The improved accuracy in turn makes account reconciliation easier and quicker.

Sales can be analysed in multiple ways, such as by product, category, store location, payment type, paid invoices, or refunds.

"We're delighted to be partnering with MYOB to offer another solution for small businesses to simplify their accounting requirements," said Square Australia country manager Ben Pfisterer.

"Business owners have enough to worry about when it comes to their business operations, that's why we're making it easy for them to streamline back-end processes and get more time back in their day."

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