Let’s face it, it’s a fast-paced world and you have to explore alternatives to keep up. In this environment, you can’t afford to be left behind because you are chained to your desk by desktop software applications…Intuit, the makers of Quickbooks, answered the call (sort of) with the web-based version of it’s popular accounting software – Quickbooks Online.
Having web-based products are good for the mobile roadwarrior but bad when you don’t get all the features that you need…
If the online version of Quickbooks doesn’t provide you with all the features that you need, here are a few alternatives that may work for you.
In addition to those alternatives, you may want to look into Quickbooks Hosting – where the desktop version is hosted as a virtual desktop (cloud computing). Recently, Intuit has endorsed a few providers who, in addition to providing you with hosting, can also “rent” licenses. To my knowledge, there are five service providers on the “approved” list*… they are:
*List and additional information can be found here.
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