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Likelihood to Recommend

Nvoicepay

Nvoicepay is super helpful for organizations that want to run lean and have a lot of accounts payable going out each day/week/month. The cost of having Nvoicepay vs having an employee process payments for each of our vendors is a massive cost savings. I believe it would be less appropriate for organizations that are only sending a few payments each month or have a lot of recurring payments instead of unique bills each month. Recurring payments are easily booked and memorized in most accounting systems and setting up autopay takes care of having to actually make the transaction manually.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Zoho Books

If using other cloud applications and you wish to create Zoho Books transactions via APIs, Zoho Books is great. The overall UI and flow of the application are great. If you need a detailed job cost accounting solution and robust reporting there is some room for improvement here.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Customization

Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
7.4
API for custom integration
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
7.4

Security

Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
8.4
Single sign-on capability
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
8.9
Role-based user permissions
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
7.9

Reporting & Analytics

Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
8.3
Dashboards
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
8.1
Standard reports
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
7.7
Custom reports
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
9.0

General Ledger and Configurable Accounting

Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
7.9
Accounts payable
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
7.7
Accounts receivable
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
7.7
Cash management
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
7.9
Bank reconciliation
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
7.3
Expense management
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
8.0
Time tracking
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
7.4
Multi-currency support
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
8.6
Regulations compliance
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
7.5
Self-service portal
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
8.6

Inventory Management

Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
8.7
Inventory tracking
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
8.6
Automatic reordering
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
8.9

Order Management

Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
8.0
Pricing
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
7.8
Order entry
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
8.5
Credit card processing
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
8.5
Cost of goods sold
Nvoicepay
Zoho Books
7.2

Pros

Nvoicepay

  • Nvoicepay does a great job of pulling the invoices in from our DMS system on a daily basis so we can see what invoices need to be paid.
  • NVoicepay allows for many methods of payment. They call all of your vendors for you and set them up on their preferred payment methods.
  • NVoicepay takes care of all issues for you with the vendor. They make all of the payments once you initiate it in their system.
Anna Smith | TrustRadius Reviewer

Zoho Books

  • Zoho Books invoicing and receipting features are second to none. We find it easy to quickly invoice clients and add items to their bills and also for our own receipting internally.
  • The accounting features are great for our accounting team to be able to see where we are financially and how the business is doing.
  • The ability to add contacts and run a mini CRM channel with clients within Zoho is invaluable. Since we use this in conjunction with our other CRM channels, it helps to have a centralized place to follow up and see through a sales funnel.
  • Zoho Books allows us to take payments from clients around the globe a feature we didn't have when we used another accounting system.
  • The pricing for Zoho Books is fairly reasonable for an SME organization which is a great for us as it pays itself back many times over every month.
Nathan Sichilongo | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Nvoicepay

  • Perhaps the most frustrating part of Nvoicepay is the reporting. Simply working through the filtering to find a transaction in the history is extremely difficult. If you don't select the filters in the correct order you will typically find zero results.
  • The formatting for the upload is also a little tricky. Since you are uploading an excel file, any zip codes with leading zeros typically have the zeros removed and result in a failed upload. So having to place an apostrophe in front of any leading zeros is kind of pain especially when you have 100 plus lines of transactions.
  • The main dashboard is also something to be desired. I understand the concept of providing the dashboard, but what use is it if I can't dig in and see what the numbers and graphs are made of? If Nvoicepay was able to hyperlink to the transactions that make up each category it would make the dashboard far more useful.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Zoho Books

  • Zoho Books is only available in Texas and California. There is no integration allowed for paying employee expenses. The absolute worst aspect is the fact that if you make even the slightest error in data input there is no backing up. You cannot undo an error.
  • The system does not allow change once implemented, so you must get every one of your beginning balances perfect. The practice of Journal Entries is cumbersome. When reconciling, Zoho Books has adopted a number of required steps that significantly overcomplicate reconciliation using practices that are not consistent with general accounting principles in the US.
  • On the customer side, you must look in two places to see the beginning balance and the current receivables that might exist for current invoicing.
  • The way the system works, you must avoid having much trust with the balances depicted. So far, it appears that Zoho Books uses what we called in school "that new math."
  • It would be terrifying to rely on this bookkeeping system to support an IRS Audit. The system violates too many fundamental accounting principles.
  • The software is used by so few people that there is concern that we might never find a skilled bookkeeper.
Mike James | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

Nvoicepay

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Zoho Books

Zoho Books 2.0
Based on 2 answers
Super easy to use!
Brandy Perez | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

Nvoicepay

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Zoho Books

Zoho Books 1.0
Based on 1 answer
The people are great. They follow the party line when working with us. There is clearly no intent to provide integration to the employee expenseThere is no intent to make the bank reconciliations system work in a manner consistent with US Accounting principles. There is no intent make the payroll system one that can easily cut a paycheck. Which brings up the fact that adjusting the printing on a check is very laborious and you only get close. You cannot get perfect
Mike James | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

Nvoicepay

We used Zevez in the past to make credit card payments but NVoicepay is a much more robust system which also allows for ACH and check payments. Also, they were able to contact vendors for us and sign them up with their preferred payment methods. Easy to implement and easy to use.
Anna Smith | TrustRadius Reviewer

Zoho Books

We had a lot of problems with Exact Online, support-wise and price-wise. So Zoho Books wins on every point there. While Exact offers way more options, it tends to be really slow... and complex. Again Zoho Books wins. If you want an easy-to-use tool and not pay a lot of money, or if you are a small administration office with a few clients, this tool will be perfect for you.
Mike Koolwijk | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Nvoicepay

  • Nvoicepay has had only a positive impact on our overall business objectives. Since it takes care of remedial tasks of processing payments we are able to concentrate on more complex tasks such as prepping for close, creating schedules, and improving other processes.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Zoho Books

  • Integration: Zoho Books offers out of the box integrations to extend the functionality and connect with the applications you love like MailChimp, Microsoft Outlook, PandaDoc, and Quickbooks, etc.
  • Flexibility makes Zoho Books great!
  • Since I can use forecast reports, I can create customizable sales forecast data from the dashboard to accurately measure revenue forecasts and establish sales quotas.
Cedric Haynes | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Pricing Details

Nvoicepay

General

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

Nvoicepay Editions & Modules

Additional Pricing Details

Zoho Books

General

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

Zoho Books Editions & Modules

Edition
Basic$9
Standard$19
Professional$29
    Additional Pricing Details
    Zoho Books is available for both monthly and yearly plans. Users who sign up for the annual plan get two months off (Basic - $90, Standard - $190, Professional - $290)

    Rating Summary

    Likelihood to Recommend

    Nvoicepay
    8.4
    Zoho Books
    7.7

    Usability

    Nvoicepay
    Zoho Books
    2.0

    Support Rating

    Nvoicepay
    Zoho Books
    1.0

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