Frequently Asked Questions

What Will I Get From Tally Street?

Tally Street analyzes customer and sales data to produce customer insights, help you make better decisions, and anticipate problems before they happen. The data, insights and recommendations are sent directly to you via the Tally Street dashboard, through email, synced to Google Workspace or Microsoft 365, or pushed to CRMs and other connected platforms.

How Will This Impact My Accounting Data?

It won’t! Tally Street is “read-only.” Tally Street only retrieves data from accounting systems for analysis. This also helps Tally Street handle very large data files without impacting accounting performance. Tally Street never adds, changes, or deletes any data in your accounting systems.

What Type Of Accounting Access Is Required?

Tally Street only reads from your accounting system, no accounting data is changed or modified. When you connect Tally Street to your accounting software, you are granting access to accounting data that includes customers, sales invoices, sales receipts, credit memos, and other transaction data. You should review our Privacy Policy and Service Agreement

How Do You Keep My Data Secure?

First, you have full control over Tally Street’s access to your accounting software and we comply with the security and privacy requirements of each accounting platform. All data sent between your accounting software and Tally Street are sent over authenticated and encrypted connections. We then store your data in a multi-tenant infrastructure that separates each company’s data from other companies’ data, and we also store it as encrypted data. We also carefully manage and control all access to and between our internal services with firewalls and other barriers.

Do I Have To Install Additional Software?


No, you don’t! If you use QuickBooks Online, Sage Intacct, or Xero, you only have to connect Tally Street with your accounting software. See the connection guide for your accounting software. If you have QuickBooks Desktop or Enterprise installed, you should already have the QuickBooks Web Connector provided by Intuit to enable safe communications with third-party services. Our QuickBooks Enterprise connection guide provides the details.

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Guides to help you get started

Product and connection guides for accounting and CRM platforms