Lendio Integrates with Intuit’s Quickbooks

2 min read • Jul 15, 2015 • Adam Michaelson

Lendio, the small business loan marketplace that matches businesses with the capital they need to grow, has recently integrated its loan application process to help fund more borrowers with small business loans. Entrepreneurs and business owners across the country use Lendio’s marketplace to access capital from more than 20 different financing options including lines of credit, SBA loans, terms loans, merchant cash advances, ACH advances, equipment loans, commercial real estate loans, factoring and more.

The Quickbooks Integration

With the new application process business owners will be able to save time and money by removing unnecessary questions in the application process. What this means for borrowers is they they can qualify for a loan in a matter of minutes, receive all their options in one place, and get their funding in record time. This is all backed by Lendio’s mantra of fueling the American Dream by making small business loans simple through options, speed, and trust.

The integration is accomplished by the pre-populated information already in the users QuickBooks account. This way the borrower is able to save time and money, while submitting their application sooner – providing them with they capital they need, when they need it. Try the Quickbooks application for yourself.

Quickbooks is just the beginning of software integrations for Lendio as we continue to optimize the borrower experience. Additional software’s such as Xero will soon be accommodated with the same type of process. This also opens the door for more versatile types of funding like Accounts Receivable Factoring and gives borrowers better ideas of what types of loan options they qualify for.

About Lendio

Lendio is a free online service that helps business owners find the right small business loans within minutes. The center of small business lending, our passion is fueling the American Dream by uniting the small business loan industry and bringing all options together in one place, from short-term specialty financing to long-term low-interest traditional loans. Our technology makes small business lending simple; decreasing the amount of time and effort it takes to secure funding. More information about Lendio is available at www.lendio.com



Adam Michaelson

Adam heads up product strategy at Lendio. He's been leading software product/design teams since 2001. See Adam's Profile on LinkedIn