Bank of America small business dashboard integrates with QuickBooks, Run and Google Cloud

Source: Bank of America

On the first anniversary of the launch of Business Advantage 360, its one-stop digital dashboard for business owners, Bank of America today announced that it can now integrate data from key third-party business applications to provide a more complete financial picture for small businesses.

Complementing the existing offering, which provides a view of business cash flow and access to real-time expertise and guidance, Business Advantage 360 can now seamlessly integrate data into the dashboard from QuickBooks® Online1, RUN Powered by ADP®2, G Suite by Google Cloud, and Google Analytics3.

“One year after launching Business Advantage 360, we’re taking this solution to the next level to help our clients focus on the many other tasks that make their businesses successful,” said Sharon Miller, head of Small Business at Bank of America. “The insight and data integration upgrades create incredible convenience for entrepreneurs to manage their businesses’ complete financial picture.”

Since launching in February 2019, more than 1 million Bank of America business owner clients have engaged with the platform. Additionally, Business Advantage 360 received Aite Group’s 2019 Impact Innovation Award in Cash Management and Payments for Customer Experience for Small Businesses4.

“Business Advantage 360 has delivered an innovative and convenient solution for business owners to manage their cash flow,” said David Tyrie, head of advanced solutions and digital banking at Bank of America. “As we continue to cultivate strong client relationships through our high-tech capabilities combined with our high-touch approach, the integration of third-party applications provides an enhanced experience for business owners.”

Bank of America provides a business advantage to small business owners

Bank of America is committed to providing access to capital for the more than 30 million small business owners who fuel the nation’s jobs and economy. Bank of America originated $9.2 billion in new loans to small business clients in 2019, up 7 percent from 2018. According to the FDIC, Bank of America also maintained its position as the nation’s top small business lender at the end of the third quarter of 2019, with $37.6 billion in total outstanding small business loans (defined as business loans in original amounts of $1 million and under), up 8 percent year over year.

In addition to providing small business owners leading digital tools and access to capital to manage their businesses successfully, Bank of America provides its business clients rewards and solutions to grow their businesses through its Preferred Rewards for Business program. Preferred Rewards for Business members receive interest rate boosters on savings accounts, discounts on business loans, monthly maintenance fee waivers, and rewards bonuses on credit cards to supplement their everyday small business banking solutions.

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