We’re excited to announce RootFi’s accounting integration with Wave is officially up and running! This latest addition gives you seamless access to 10+ integrations, allowing you to focus on creating solutions for your customers.
Founded in 2010, Wave is a cloud-based platform headquartered in Toronto, Canada, that is dedicated to providing money management solutions to small businesses. Wave uses double-entry bookkeeping, permits unlimited bank and credit card connections, and provides unlimited invoicing software.
Since Wave accounting and invoicing software is free to use, it is an accessible option for small businesses with limited budgets. This allows small businesses to track their business financial health and prepare taxes with ease. Additional paid features include online payment processing, payroll software and personalised coaching and bookkeeping services.
Today, Wave caters to over 2 million small business owners across North America.
With small businesses contributing to 43.5% of GDP and 46.4% of private sector employers in the US, aggregating financial data from these businesses can be challenging.
Our integration with Wave enables you to read and write data from the Wave accounting platform. You can use this data to create various financial and accounting tools, such as credit risk underwriting, accounts payable and receivable management, and more.
Wave’s dedication to providing secure, free accounting and invoicing software makes it a trusted and reliable solution for small businesses.
The Wave integration is automatically accessible for existing RootFi customers. If you aren’t one and are interested in taking your business to the next level with our suite of integrations, you can sign up here and get started for free!
Signing up grants you access to all the accounting platforms we have integrated with through our unified API, including Tally, Zoho Books, Quickbooks, and more. Our team adds new integrations every week and handles all technical requirements for each integration, so you don't ever have to worry about updates or maintenance.