i cannot agree more with coupon clock - in addition also consider the fact that most businesses are aiming to be quickbook compatible (at least in my experience). example, i have accounts with 4 different banks. each of the online banking portals has an option to directly dload data to QB. the same goes for my credit cards
Microsoft Office Accounting is an awful accounting system. QuickBooks all the way; or Peachtree. Depends on your background and business.
Microsoft Office Accounting is also no longer supported by Microsoft. They dropped it late last year as a product.
used quickbooks, peachtree and oracle sbs which turned into netsuite.
the SaaS was a great model for my company because we wanted to expand geographically and this made it really easy...could do sales orders on tradeshow floor, etc, but the price got astronomical in the last few years so i don't feel comfortable working through them anymore (talking about netsuite here).
anyone have experience using the quickbooks web version??
p.s. i should add that the lack of 'real' cash flow statement back when i was using qb was kind of a hassle as i'd have to 'construct' one each and everytime i met with the board (monthly in a venture funded startup).
I prefer QuickBooks accounting software than Microsoft Office Accounting software. QuickBooks is an easy to use accounting software and is very user friendly. It is also available in different editions in order to satisfy different needs of different businesses. It is much better to outsource QuickBooks via a cloud computing and application hosting company than using this software as an in-house installation. Cloud hosting of QuickBooks has numerous additional advantages and includes all the features of desktop version.
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Use quickbooks. 4.5 million business owners do. I sell a point of sale system that works with many different accounting packages. We prefer quickbooks since most of the small business owners we talk to use it and like it because it is easy to use. Quickbooks is great for accounting but terrible for point of sale or inventory management.