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QuickBooks Enterprise Subscription Model - What You Need To Know For 2015 & Beyond

Posted by Denise Loter-Koch on Mar 2, 2015

Last Fall, Intuit introduced the QuickBooks Enterprise Subscription Model that alters the way businesses will be paying for their QuickBooks Enterprise licenses. This move has stirred up a bit of confusion amongst many QuickBooks users, since it sounds like a more massive change than it really is. To help answer some of the questions you may be having, here are some of the more important things you need to know about this change.

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Topics: QuickBooks Product Selection, News & Resources, QuickBooks Enterprise, Intuit QuickBooks, QuickBooks News

Features Added to QuickBooks for Mac Since 2013

Posted by Kelli on Nov 1, 2014

QuickBooks for Mac has been getting better each year with new improvements, features and upgrades that are making the accounting software increasingly user friendly. Check out this list of features that have been added to QuickBooks for Mac since 2013 and see if upgrading to the latest version will make your life easier with new time saving features.

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Topics: QuickBooks 2015, QuickBooks Product Selection, QuickBooks Version Comparison, Mac Resources, QuickBooks for Mac

Compare Versions Of QuickBooks & Select The Right One For Your Business

Posted by Kelli on Jun 26, 2014

Use this chart to determine which version of QuickBooks has the features you need or are looking for. When you are ready to purchase or upgrade, or if you have additional questions about selecting a version of QuickBooks for your business, contact ebs Associates for a free consultation.

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Topics: QuickBooks Product Selection, Business Resources, QuickBooks Version Comparison, Intuit QuickBooks

How To Tell If You Need QuickBooks Enterprise

Posted by Kelli on May 23, 2014

Here are some tips to help you find out if you should upgrade to the more powerful Enterprise version of Intuit's accounting software.

As your business grows, your need to create and store valuable data will increase. Not only will you need to add more customers to your database, but you will also increase the amount of data you collect from each of them.

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Topics: QuickBooks Product Selection, QuickBooks Version Comparison, QuickBooks Enterprise, Intuit QuickBooks




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