QuickBooks Online vs QuickBooks Desktop

Tue, Aug 30, 2016 by April Prestegord

 

Quickbooks Online vs Desktop: We’ve done the research for you

 

You’ve seen the commercials. Small business owners become organized, stable, and tech-savvy after implementing QuickBooks into their day-to-day lives. Once cluttered, disorganized, and a declining company, QuickBooks enables businesses to manage finances, pay employees, and even accept credit cards. And there seems to be some validity behind all the hype. QuickBooks is a successful, popular, and quickly growing business, with nearly 1.5 million customers worldwide.

 

Although QB has been around for years, the software has recently gained traction with thousands of business owners for its easy to use tools and customizability. Business owners can now take control of their business more than ever before. Intuit, the creator of QuickBooks, has taken steps to move their customers to QuickBooks Online. Although seemingly easy to use, we believe it’s important for people to explore all of their options before making the switch to ensure the decision is truly right for their business. Here’s why:

We’ve done some research, and this is what we found.

 

Benefits of QuickBooks Online

– Access to QB from anywhere with an internet connect, from any device.

– Offers automation features, such as billing, invoice, and receipts

Benefits of traditional QuickBooks Desktop Software

– No monthly fee. One time payment.

– Customizable features with ability to prepare 1099, track miles with desktop rather than online.

– Sales Orders

– Item Receipts

– Balance Sheets by Class

– Statement Writer

– Inventory Assemblies

– Progress Invoicing

– Partial Purchase Orders

– For Enterprise Desktop Users: Expanded list limits allows you to track 100,000+ customers, vendors and inventory items and employees.

We Found A Way to Combine the Best of Both Worlds:

Business owners often find themselves having to choose between the features they want and the freedom of mobility they desire.

However, with Insynq’s QuickBooks hosting solutions, you can get the best of both worlds.

While desktop has some of the best customizable features and the better financial package for serious businesses, the desktop version does not allow mobility for users. When using a virtual desktop, however, all users can access their QuickBooks from any device no matter where they are.

Business owners often find themselves having to choose between the features they want and the freedom of mobility they desire.

Take Your Entire Office With You

Third party desktop software, such as Microsoft Office, Dynamics CRM, Adobe Reader, and Google Chrome, can all be brought with you. Specifically for your small business, we found that QuickBooks connects with business tools such as SmartVault, Bill.com, and Fishbowl, all of which can be accessed by Insynq. All of your data and software can be securely accessible from one convenient location, no matter where you are or what device you’re using.

 

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