If you're on Stitch X and use QuickBooks, we have a completely rebuilt integration for you. The new integration gives you more flexibility over what syncs and what doesn't. Note: because Stitch isn't a payment processor, this integration doesn't sync payments. We recommend syncing invoices and payments from your sales channel (where customer payments are processed) rather than syncing invoices from Stitch.
On transactional purchase orders (Stitch X only), you can now direct ship to an address of your choice. This is designed for brands that ship from a manufacturer to a distributor or wholesale customer.
On Stitch X, sales velocity is now based on fulfillment line items rather than sales order line items. If you use Automatic Order Splitting and Geographic Order Routing, your warehouse sales velocity now reflects where goods are fulfilled from.
On transactional purchase orders (Stitch X only), you can now search the Ship Notices table by Contact, Product, Variant, Product Tag, and PO tag.