Quicken and Quickbooks
Download data from Online Banking using "Direct Connect" or "Web Connect" to Quicken and Quickbooks
Intuit describes Direct Connect as a two-way connection. This means that data flows in both directions. First, a request for data is sent to Park View's Online Banking by Quicken. After the request has been authenticated by Park View servers, data is then received and presented in Quicken.
• Your financial data is stored on servers controlled by Park View.
• Your financial data is encrypted during download.
• Your customer ID and password (Online Banking username and password) are not stored on Intuit servers. If you choose to use the Quicken Password Vault, Intuit encrypts them on your computer's hard drive.
To set up Direct Connect, use the instructions below.
If you have problems setting up Direct Connect for Quickbooks, please refer to the Intuit Quickbooks Support page. Direct Connect pulls in data from the last 90 days only. For data prior to 90 days ago, use Web Connect below.
To download transaction details from a specific date range, you may use Web Connect. Web Connect is a one-way connection. Data is imported into Quicken, but not exported.
• All imported data is stored on your computer.
• Financial data is encrypted during download.
• Your login information is not stored in Quicken. You must enter it each time you update your account.
To use Web Connect use the instructions below.