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Anybill

Tax Payments to multiple states using one check request. You also will not have to set up multiple vendors in your system.
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Bill.com

For cloud-based firms or paperless firms, Bill.com is necessary. Not only can you easily view, approve, pay, track payments, and sync the information with QuickBooks Online, but you can also see all of the historical data in Bill.com for any vendor, at any time. Once it's in Bill.com, you can throw away that bill! If you have remote employees or complex approval processes, Bill.com excels at addressing those needs. If on the other hand you have a very small office and everyone is in the same building, and you like hand writing checks and manually entering them into whatever accounting software you use, then Bill.com isn't necessary. Likewise, if you only have a few vendors and you're able to set up them for automatic payment through the vendor websites, you don't need Bill.com.
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Pros

  • Eliminates multiple vendor set ups
  • Only have to process one check request for multiple jurisdiction payments
  • they take care of the delivery of payment part
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  • Bill.com is a very inexpensive solution for paperless accounts payable
  • It syncs seamlessly with quickbooks online in both directions (you can add vendors in Bill.com at time of first invoice for instance)
  • Bill.com has good workflow / approval routing capability, which is both simple to use and is extremely helpful for distributed teams like ours.
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Cons

  • Tax schema can be confusing
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  • When transitioning from QuickBooks Enterprise to QuickBooks Online, the conversion process with Bill.com can be very cumbersome and time consuming. We lost a lot of hours in time spent fixing all variances between Bill.com and QuickBooks due to the conversion process.
  • Bill.com is not able to handle three layers of hierarchy in customer accounts when syncing with QuickBooks Online. This was not an issue when we were using QuickBooks Enterprise. There is a manual workaround we can follow but it adds time to the process and is manual which brings the potential for human error.
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Bill.com8.9
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• It depends if/when we go to Netsuite or another product.
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Usability

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Bill.com9.0
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Always easy for me to navigate and I Iove the notifications of when I've been paid my expenses.
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Reliability and Availability

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Bill.com8.3
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The only time Bill.com was ever "unavailable" was then the Sync to Quickbooks function failed. That happened a time or two but was usually quickly remedied. I'm not sure if that's an issue with newer online versions of Quickbooks Enterprise -- at the time we were using a remotely hosted Quickbooks instance accessed via terminal server (vs a cloud offering like Bill.com is)
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Performance

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Bill.com10.0
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pretty fast usually
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Support

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Bill.com8.9
Based on 6 answers
It's always been positive.
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Online Training

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Bill.com9.0
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The online training provided by Bill.com is concise and since the firm consistently improves the platform functionality, users are able to select the training for the modules they specifically need.
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Implementation

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Bill.com8.0
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It was a very simple implementation. We just gave our bank account information etc.
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Alternatives Considered

I have not used other products. We use to create multiple check requests every month to process different payments in house.
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I like the integration between Bill.com and QuickBooks.
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Return on Investment

  • increased efficiency of payment process
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  • Saved multiple trips to clients' office.
  • Increased eficiancy
  • Saved time and money for filing documents online
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Pricing Details

Anybill

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
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Bill.com

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
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