FreshBooks adds Basecamp Integration

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I was just thinking last night that it’s been a while since I last posted something about Basecamp… This June will mark our second full year of using the online management tool, and it’s incredible to think about indispensible it’s become in our day-to-day operations. (That’s a topic for another day, though.) But I digress…

FreshBooks just announced that they’ve added Basecamp Integration into their popular online invoicing and time tracking service.

Introducing Basecamp With Your FreshBooks

Today, FreshBooks is pleased to annouce our integration with 37signals’ Basecamp project management service. You can now invoice your Basecamp projects using FreshBooks. The truth is, you can do a fair bit more than that. [..] This integration does *not* cover every possible workflow scenario. We have had to make a lot of tough choices in designing our integration. To make decisions we said to ourselves, “What do most people need?”

I have been using Blinksale for what limited personal invoicing I do right now, and it’s had Basecamp integration since November ’06. But, it’s been a little while since I gave FreshBooks a spin – the addition of Basecamp support might be enough to get me to try it out again.

22 thoughts on “FreshBooks adds Basecamp Integration

  1. Who’s Ryan? ;) Thanks for noticing the trackback and following up with this. I’ll be sure to provide some feedback once I’ve tried it out.

  2. Who’s Ryan? ;) Thanks for noticing the trackback and following up with this. I’ll be sure to provide some feedback once I’ve tried it out.

  3. Hey Chris, check out our app in beta testing. It combines the following

    expense tracking
    bank account summary (import a csv from online banking)
    sales lead management
    proposal creation and sending
    invoice creation and sending
    payment(s) tracking from invoices

    like how freshbooks and blinksales put online invoicing on the map we have taken it a step further and make them seamlessly created from a proposal as well.

    http://www.lessaccounting.com

  4. Oh and I should add the screencasts are up there on the blog post now (with audio)…watching those might save you some time and effort.

    Cheers,

    – Mike

  5. Hey Chris, check out our app in beta testing. It combines the following

    expense tracking
    bank account summary (import a csv from online banking)
    sales lead management
    proposal creation and sending
    invoice creation and sending
    payment(s) tracking from invoices

    like how freshbooks and blinksales put online invoicing on the map we have taken it a step further and make them seamlessly created from a proposal as well.

    http://www.lessaccounting.com

  6. Oh and I should add the screencasts are up there on the blog post now (with audio)…watching those might save you some time and effort.

    Cheers,

    – Mike

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  8. Fido Dido

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  10. Thanks, Fido Dido. I’ll take that under advisement. <sarcasm>The fact that you felt compelled enough to tell me that my blog sucks and that my content is “shit” really means a lot to me</sarcasm>. As for a real job – I have one, thanks. How’s McDonald’s working out for you?

    I appreciate constructive criticism, but if you’re going to come here and post anonymous BS like this – don’t come back.

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