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On the options screen within Transaction Pro Importer for QuickBooks you will see an e-Commerce tab. This blog post will address what this option can be used for.
When importing invoices, sales orders or sales receipt transactions, often times shopping carts will create an export that has the amounts for shipping, handling, discounts and sales tax in separate columns instead of its own line item. Please refer to the sample import file below.
If the e-Commerce feature is checked, when you get to the Transaction Pro Mapping screen you will see that additional fields are added in the QuickBooks Fields column.
On the last e-Commerce Options Screen you will specify the account and item that you want to be used for these e-Commerce fields.
On the e-Commerce options screen you will also notice that you can indicate that multiple items are on one line.
A sample import file that you might use with this option is pictured below. You can see that there are three items on each line.
When the second option, separate columns is checked, on the Transaction Pro mapping screen you will see that you have up to 15 additional items that you can map to.
As you can see the file format for sales transactions provides for a variety of layouts to allow you to use Transaction Pro Importer with multiple shopping carts.
If you want to test this out you can download a free demo here.