Integrations and import links

Integrate and import with your most important financial data

It is difficult to get a good overview when your data is fragmented. And manually exporting and merging numbers into spreadsheets takes time and is prone to errors. Liquid connects to your current accounting package and other software so that you have all the information in one place.

Overview of all integrations

Exact Online

Boekhouding
Exact Online

Met deze API-koppeling wordt je boekhouding automatisch uit Exact Online gesynchroniseerd naar Liquid.

Twinfield

Boekhouding
Twinfield

Met deze API-koppeling wordt je boekhouding automatisch uit Twinfield gesynchroniseerd naar Liquid.

Nmbrs

Personeelsadministratie
Nmbrs

Gebruik onze import wizard om je personeelsbestand uit Nmbrs te importeren voor je prognose in Liquid.

Microsoft Excel

Spreadsheets
Microsoft Excel

Gebruik de officiële Liquid plugin voor Microsoft Excel om je prognoses uit Excel naar Liquid te importeren.

Lyanthe

Facturen inzien
Lyanthe

Voor gebruikers die Twinfield i.c.m. Lyanthe gebruiken open je nu makkelijk al je facturen direct vanuit Liquid.

Basecone

Facturen inzien
Basecone

Voor gebruikers die Twinfield i.c.m. Basecone gebruiken open je nu makkelijk al je facturen direct vanuit Liquid.

Auditfile (.XAF)

Boekhouding
Auditfile (.XAF)

Je actualiseert eenvoudig je boekhouddata in Liquid door een Auditfile (.XAF) te importeren.

“Linking a new administration can be arranged within a few clicks.”

Jos van der Meer - Owner of Flanc

Accounting link:
Auditfiles vs API integration

To link your accounting data with Liquid, there are two options: with an automatic API link or with Auditfiles. The API connection is currently available for Twinfield and Exact Online, and more integrations are being added. Audit files work for a wide range of packages, including Yuki, Snelstart, AFAS, Moneybird, and more.
The differences between the two ways of linking are shown below.

Functionalities

Audit Files (.XAF)

Most packages

API integration

Twinfield and Exact Online

Synchronizing
Manual upload
Import ledgers
Import debtors/creditors
Interim figures
Profit & Loss (W&V) realization
Realization of the balance sheet account
Cash flow realization with Cashflow Analytics
Without Cashflow Analytics
Outstanding Debtors/Creditors (OPL)
Underlying invoices
Forecasts
W&V, Balance Sheet and Cash Flow Forecasts
Rolling Forecast and Forecast vs. Realization
Consolidate
Rolling Forecast and Forecast vs. Realization

You don't have to be an excel superhero to take control of your finances.

Liquid works on the basis of RGS

RGS, also known as Reference Ledger Schedule, is a standard for properly categorizing ledger accounts (for turnover and costs, for example). Companies that are RGS-ready can therefore immediately use all reports and functionalities in Liquid, without additional configuration.

RGS (Reference Ledger Schedule) is a Dutch standard for structuring accounting data. It is a taxonomy to organize all ledger accounts (“categories”) within an administration. This is done by assigning an RGS code to each ledger account so that other software knows what is in the ledger account (e.g. “turnover” or “costs”).

In Liquid, we use RGS to put all the ledger accounts (“categories”) in your accounts in the right place. In this way, we always generate conclusive Profit & Loss, Cash Flow and Balance Sheet Reports and Forecasts.

If you want to link your own accounting data to Liquid, the ledger accounts must be provided with an RGS mapping. If this is not regulated by the accounting package, it is also possible to assign an RGS mapping directly (once) to the ledger accounts in your administration in Liquid.

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