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After supporting everything from QuickBooks to SAP for the first 20 years of my career, the breath of fresh air that was NetSuite and the way it addressed so many challenges I’d previously run into definitely changed my relationship with ERP systems.
As an entry-level accounting system, QuickBooks is a logical choice for small businesses and entrepreneurs looking for an easy way to track basic finances. And it works—until it doesn’t.
NetSuite’s QuickBooks expert dives into the biggest challenges businesses face on QuickBooks and how NetSuite addresses those challenges. She discusses QuickBooks lack of reporting capabilities and business process tools, obstacles to managing multiple subsidiaries, and common fears of moving off QuickBooks.
As the world’s leading provider of cloud-based business management software for growing and changing businesses, NetSuite is constantly enhancing their product, issuing semi-annual releases with important updates and new features.
With SuiteAnalytics Workbook’s reporting tools, you can easily and securely explore your data through real-time visualizations — all within your core NetSuite installation.
For most businesses, QuickBooks offers a functional, entry-level accounting system that can meet their early needs. But with growth comes the need for a more sophisticated accounting system and stronger financial and inventory controls.
Many ERP systems on the market are powerful, but not flexible. They either require a complete change in the way you operate your business, or they force you to spend big bucks on customizations to fit your business processes. NetSuite offers a better way!
The KES Customer Portal SuiteApp gives your customers the ability to self-service their account and invoice management, and frees up your A/R team from fielding requests for items that customers can access themselves.
For most businesses, the key to growth and success lies in greater transaction volumes and speed. But with that volume also comes a need for more complex accounting systems and stronger financial controls.