Online tools and resources are low-hanging fruit that can prove “risky and detrimental to your business”
Brandon, MB -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/06/2019 -- QuickBooks and NetSuite both offer cloud-based financial management software designed to help companies run their businesses.
Founded in 1998, Intuit's QuickBooks provides a set of software solutions designed to manage payroll, inventory, sales and other needs of a small business. With 1.8 million customers QuickBooks is a leader in accounting application for small business. NetSuite is a complete cloud-based ERP solution, which automates front and back-office processes like financial management, revenue management, fixed assets, order management, billing, and inventory management, with roughly 40,000 customers to its credit.
Some common issues that most NetSuite users have found, as researched, are pages that are hidden in the menus, inadequate support and a system that is not easily deployed, and requires expertise to get things mostly right the first time. "There is a steep learning curve, even for system analysts familiar with other ERP, CRM and web commerce platforms," John Rocha, E-Tech's Technical Service Manager, said.
E-Tech is a leading QuickBooks consultancy service provider in North America.
A popular saying in the NetSuite community "you can do anything with NetSuite, but it is going to cost you." Those costs may be development hours for internal developers, fees paid to partners, license costs for add-ons and integrations.
A growing concern among businesses is the need to effectively move from one accounting package to the next. Online tools and websites have proven to be "an eye-wash" for businesses offering easy-to-do approaches. "This is risky and certainly detrimental to your business and its data as there is no way to seamlessly transfer your data from one software to the other online. "This easy approach simply involves using Microsoft Excel to get the formatting done, and then transferring this to QuickBooks. Though these steps do work, still these approaches are labour-intensive. If the provider fails or forgets one step, then the process needs to be re-started once again. This kind of scenario is truly dangerous knowing that it takes days to start again," Rocha said.
In comparison, E-Tech's will directly access data from NetSuite and convert to either QuickBooks Enterprise, Pro, Premier, Accountant, or QuickBooks Online, by reformatting data. The service looks after the transfer of customers, vendors, items, accounts and names, as well as supporting documents of the business including memos and shipping methods. Multi-currency data files are also looked after.
For detailed information about this service, visit https://e-tech.ca/NetSuite-to-Quickbooks.aspx.
Founded in 2001, E-Tech is a leading file repair, data recovery, and data conversion services provider in the United States and Canada. The company works to stay up to date on the latest technology news, reviews, and more for their customers.
For media inquiries regarding E-Tech, individuals are encouraged to contact Media Relations Director, Melanie Ann via email at Melanie@e-tech.ca.
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