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In this product guide, we’ll dive into
- Framework for product development
Dive into the core steps of product development for accounting automation, understanding market nuances, and setting precise product definitions.
- Building an expense management product
Unveil the key components and workflows of an effective expense management product, from card issuing to seamless accounting integrations.
- Building an accounts payable product
Learn the intricacies of accounts payable products, from integrating payment infrastructure to automating bill ingestion
- Building an accounts receivable product
Master the essentials of accounts receivable products, understanding the difference between bills and invoices, and the automation required for efficiency.
- Handling custom platform configurations and workflows
Grasp the importance of custom fields in tailoring accounting systems to unique business-specific workflows, especially for enterprise customers.
- Build vs buy and evaluating an accounting automation partner
Find out why Rutter stands out as the go-to accounting automation partner, offering unparalleled support, developer-centric features, and extensive accounting platform coverage.
Rutter’s Universal API has saved us thousands of engineering hours, and we were able to accomplish a years worth of work in a few weeks
The Rutter team is smart and fast-moving, and their solution saves us tons of engineering hours. It’s a really good fit for any team looking to ship integrations efficiently.
We tried building integrations ourselves and it was very slow. For every platform, you have to start with the authentication and authorization.
It made sense for us to just use one API and integrate with one solution vs using 5-10 different APIs. We went with Rutter because they had the most tech-forward engineering team, provided the best commerce and payment platform integrations, and offered a very smooth onboarding experience.
We preferred working with Rutter because of how they normalize the data model across platforms. If we were going to leverage a partner for the different accounting platforms, we wanted to make sure to dramatically reduce our integration cost and not have to deal with the heterogeneous requirements of different accounting APIs.