Focus Softnet announced the launch of Qbixe, its artificial intelligence-driven, voice-activated app, designed for small and medium businesses using Intuit’s Quickbooks. Qbixe offers Amazon Alexa and Tableau features in Quickbooks while providing the voice and visual interface with built-in reporting functionality. The app works for both Quickbooks on-premise desktop and cloud versions.
Qbixe indexes Quickbooks data like a web search engine. It can recall data via text search or voice cues using natural language processing. A voice query by the end-user can produce information about transactions and accounts and appears immediately in both text and graphical formats.
This AI-driven app which is built on AIFA engine can quickly produce financial results such as margin, cash ratio, debt to equity, and uses embedded machine learning for these results. It will also provide the power to Quickbook users to design new dashboards and custom reports which are otherwise not possible within Quickbooks.
“Entrepreneurs and owners of small and medium businesses are busy with their day to day challenges of running their business. It is not often that founders of the business are also well trained in financial accounting. And yet financial information is a key requirement for their day to day decision making. Managing accounting applications and producing reports takes time, something that owners and key decision-makers of business, are always struggling with. It is for this reason, to alleviate the pain of so many entrepreneurs, owners and key decision-makers, that Focus Softnet has developed Qbixe,” said Ali Hyder, Group CEO at Focus Softnet.
“Without spending hands-on time to navigate through drop down menus and clicks, these executives can use their voice commands with Qbixe to generate a response from Quickbooks, saving significant executive time and bringing in a new paradigm to the way Quickbooks can be used. We have set up these interfaces based on the most common requirements of executives in their day to day operations,” Mr. Hyder added.