QuickBooks Connect: A Closer Look at QuickBooks Online

QuickBooks is the premier accounting software system for small business owners, and with good reason: it features robust reporting, an easy to use interface, customizable invoices, inventory tracking, ease of use when on the go, and more. In fact, recent upgrades have made QuickBooks even more impressive, adding additional flexibility and customization. Here’s what our team learned when they attended advanced breakout sessions at QuickBooks Connect, a three-day conference for accounting professionals:

#1 Get Set Up for Maximum Output

The conference focused on the latest QuickBooks feature releases and the expanded offering of third-party plug-in modules that allow users to scale the software to fit their particular needs.  The key intention of Intuit’s new cloud platform aims to empower business owners to scale their business and allow the software to scale along with them. From restaurants to construction to manufacturing and everything in between, QuickBooks has industry-specific features tailored to your business’s unique needs and allows the end-user and their accountant access from anywhere.

Some of these features include:

#2 Explore Features for the Self-Employed

A significant portion of the sessions at QuickBooks Connect showcased their latest product, QuickBooks Self-Employed. There’s a good reason for that emphasis: today, roughly three in ten workers are self-employed, and over the next five to ten years, that percentage is expected to double. In keeping with that trend, QuickBooks has added multiple features, including an enhanced navigation and more detailed transaction reports that are specifically tailored to the self-employed individual. Here are a few of the software’s latest benefits that make running your business easier:

Whether you are an accounting professional or a business owner, QuickBooks is designed to streamline processes and simplify your experience. Even so, they can also be more complex to understand and learn. It’s essential to have the right guidance to ensure that your business is using the right version of QuickBooks and is set up for maximum success. If you’re looking for ways to make your accounting processes easier and more efficient, or just want to learn more, contact Cray Kaiser today.

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