How Qvinci Works 2017-05-23T21:39:35+00:00

How Qvinci Works

Qvinci’s cloud-based financial data consolidation, automated reporting, business intelligence and workflow management solutions were created to address the specific needs of the accounting, franchising and multi-unit markets.

A powerful reporting and data consolidation app, Qvinci’s ERP-like capabilities integrate with QuickBooks, Xero, MYOB and Excel to empower decision-makers with actionable data that facilitates increased operational efficiencies and profit growth.

With daily syncs, unlimited free users and business intelligence capabilities like peer benchmarking and custom reports, Qvinci’s patented technology solves problems no-one else can.

Our solutions are cost-effective. Setup is quick and easy. Impact is immediate.

Hierarchical Structure

Qvinci’s solutions are organized into three levels:

Level 1: Accounts

Accounts have one administrator and can contain one or more Companies or Clients. Most of our customers accomplish their reporting goals within a single Account.

Level 2: Companies or Clients

Companies or Clients provide a means for organizing individual accounting files for financial data consolidation and reporting purposes. The number of Companies or Clients inside an Account is determined by the structure of the organization and whether or not you need to consolidate files. Files within the same Company or Client can be consolidated while files in different Companies or Clients cannot.

Level 3: Location or Entities

Individual accounting files are linked to Locations or Entities. There is a one-to-one relationship between a Location or an Entity and an individual accounting file. Anytime you want to add a file to Qvinci, you must attach it to an established Location or Entity. This allows the administrator to create a reporting structure in advance of linking files. Also, you can give a Location or an Entity a name that is different from the file name. NOTE: In Qvinci, a QuickBooks class is considered an individual accounting file for the purposes of syncing and reporting.