Likelihood to Recommend
NexusPayables is well suited for your invoice tracking and payments, especially for medium to large businesses. I would not recommend for smaller companies because I don't see the value for them. Once trained, the system is useful. However, the user interface is confusing without proper training and is not user-friendly. I highly suggest businesses invest in a specific set of people to be trained so that they can teach others to use the program.
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Well suited I would say when efficiently tracking down my debtor's and their due dates and sending them statements to pay or we would reduce their account facilities if they do take advantage of the warnings given prior to this. Easily it does the vat aspect if set up properly and stock control with correct part numbers being captured makes it so simple to run the firm in a cost efficient manner with a few admin assistants unlike previously required.
Read full review Pros Invoice Tracking Invoice review Read full review QuickBooks Online Advanced has all that is already in Plus, with the popular ability to track by classes. It has a lot of exclusive features. First to mention reporting. QuickBooks Online Advanced performes batch invoice import. QuickBooks Online Advanced allows custom permissions for individuals. A dedicated account team, features for advanced business analytics, accounting employee expenses, other workflow automations and more. Steffen Jäschke
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Read full review Cons Not very user-friendly Not intuitive Read full review Extremely slow data entry rates for all forms: invoices, sales receipts, POs, bills, bill payments, checks, and deposits. If you are heavy into data entry like this, QB desktop will run circles around QB online. Need to refresh browser tabs containing reports, transactions, and reconciliations because they do not automatically update after entering or changing a transaction. This requires you to monitor the app to be sure the information it is giving you is accurate or at least makes sense after you make entries or adjustments. Inadequate tablet/phone app -- very limited functions, especially for a business owner. A quasi-desktop/cloud interface app for QB Online that in the past caused blue screen errors for me, requiring uninstallation. Quality of support varies SIGNIFICANTLY depending on time of year, current onshore or offshore strategy of Intuit, and organization of support delivery. Extremely weak support and willingness to stand by their merchant services, in one case causing a month-long delay to receive payment on a check from a regular customer who banked at the same bank as me. And the CEO's office could not resolve either. Loyalty to customers and advisor networks has consistently decreased. Costs continue to rise, well before our recent inflationary period, roughly doubling in about 5 to 6 years. Will sell your employees' salaries to credit monitoring services without your actively taking steps to prevent. "Anonymizes" your business' performance data to share with other business owners, including your competitors. It is unclear how much is shared and to what depth. You cannot opt out. If you don't know what you are doing, or if your bookkeeper doesn't, you can create one helluva mess. Introductory offers for product set-up and advice (from Intuit directly) are weak. For implementing QBO you really need training from someone who can work directly with you on your books. This is increasingly true as you move up the ladder of product complexity/function. Software look, feel, and feature changes that happen with no real notice of what is coming and its impact on your work flow. Read full review Likelihood to Renew
QuickBooks Online Advanced is not like any other accounting software. With how great the software is now, I would definitely renew QuickBooks Online Advanced
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QuickBooks Online Advanced is great and effective. I use it for almost three months and it definitely does their job
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NexusPayables FAQ and Help sections are not extraordinarily helpful. They will answer some questions, but most often, I have to bother my accounting co-workers because of the way the system is set up NexusPayables themselves can't help me most of the time. They tell me to refer to the program administrator.
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The online training was easy to follow and understand. The online training gave us the specific instructions to follow
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It is great!
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Our company uses both at the moment, and I find that
is a much more user-friendly interface that is easy to use, easy to navigate, and extremely efficient. Unfortunately, we only use
for personal expenses and company credit card reconciliations at the moment, which is why we use NexusPayables for vendors.
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QuickBooks Desktop provides slightly more features and functionality, at the cost of disk space and the lack of cloud access. We chose the Online version of this software as the accounting and finance staff travel frequently and may access information remotely. QuickBooks provides significantly less features and functionality than Oracle NetSuite, but it comes at a fraction of the cost. As a smaller startup, NetSuite is not affordable for us at this time.
Read full review Return on Investment Tracking of income Tracking of profit Read full review I know where are bank accounts stand all in one place. I know who has paid me, who has yet to pay me, and the amount of invoices outstanding and how much I can expect to earn in a month. Quickbooks keeps me organized in every aspect of the business. Read full review ScreenShots