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Score 9 out of 10
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We use QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise for all of the church's accounting. We also use it to track detailed donation information and to run reports to issue tax receipts for our donors. We also use it to track 1099 compensation and print 1099 forms.
  • Online integration with Chase is excellent.
  • Reporting is very good.
  • More flexibility to create custom reports.
  • Lower price especially for multiple users.
I think QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise is great for the majority of small to medium-sized businesses. I have not used any inventory functions with the software. I do not see where it would be a good fit for a manufacturing business that would track work in process.
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Score 9 out of 10
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We use it as our Base Accounting Application for Internal & External Financial reporting, Accounts Payable for posting and paying bills, General Ledger use for journal entry posting, and Accounts Receivable & Collections for tracking the age of invoices and posting of payments.
  • Aging of outstanding bills & invoices
  • Financial reporting by class
  • Financial Reporting: We cannot produce one report that shows both monthly and year-to-date results
  • Voiding of a check in a closed period
QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise allows for the use of all Accounting modules, which is convenient & efficient. The reporting is very good (for the most part), and the processing of transactions is easy to manage. This application is well suited for large and small businesses in the service area especially; however, I believe that manufacturers and companies with inventory can use this with a strong degree of accuracy.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Our company has 2 users at this time for QB Desktop Enterprise. We are a general contractor (construction). We use QB Desktop Enterprise for payroll, certified wage reports, accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable.
  • Accounts Receivable (Customer tab)
  • Accounts Payable (Vendor tab)
  • Payroll
  • General Accounting (Banking tab)
  • A customizable "at a glance" screen view or report.
QB Desktop Enterprise is very well suited for the construction world. I have used QB in construction for several years now and have used other construction systems - hands down I like QB Desktop Enterprise the best. In my opinion, if QB Desktop Enterprise (or any other QB) is set up properly for the reports you would like to run it is a fantastic program. I have experienced QB Enterprise in which the customer section was not set up correctly and I have to admit - it was useless for reports.
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Score 9 out of 10
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QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise is used by our finance department for our entire organization. It allows us to invoice and make payments to our vendors. It organizes our payroll system and our online donations. We are able to pull custom detailed reports for our finance staff and our auditors.
  • We use QuickBooks in our day to day activities. To manage income/ revenue, we needed a system that could be robust and accurate. QuickBooks does that for us.
  • Due to the nature of our business, we work with many vendors. The invoicing feature assists us in maintaining records and sending invoices/ purchase orders in a timely manner. We can also track when and to whom these are sent to all in one place.
  • We have many departments that we manage. The reporting feature allows us to see all transactions and it can be broken down by department so we can see where things are going well and not so well. Also, we use the reporting features to communicate with each department the results of deposits, budgets and any transactions.
  • We import from other programs that are compatible with QuickBooks. Sometimes this can be challenging because if we do not create the import properly, the data can be brought in incorrectly or distorted. We then have to go in and manually change the data or delete the import and begin over.
  • Before we provide reports, we have to create a query that includes what data we need and the fields to include in the report. This requires a great attention to detail. If the detail is not correct, then the report can be wrong. When working with accounting, this is not good. We need our numbers to be accurate. If the queries were easier to create our reports would be more accurate.
QuickBooks is appropriate to use for small to large businesses and organizations. We use QuickBooks to manage our day to day financial operations. You do not have to be an accountant to use it, but it does help.

If you are on a limited budget and are not sure about general accounting practices, I would suggest another method of keeping track of the day to day financials.
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December 04, 2019

Exceptional Software!

Score 10 out of 10
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QuickBooks Enterprise has been used within my organization for four years. It is being used by the administrative department and is used for any purchasing, invoicing, expenses, and payment transactions. QuickBooks Enterprise manages all of our accounting transactions for the company.
  • Invoicing.
  • Purchasing.
  • Reports.
  • Expenses.
  • Sales Orders.
  • Statements.
  • Company Reports.
  • Checks.
  • Payables.
  • Customers.
  • Payments by different merchants.
  • Automatic reports.
  • Detailed information by transactions.
QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise is well suited for companies with a lot of sales, and transactions.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We currently have 3 offices in which all are using QuickBooks. QuickBooks allows our entire payroll team to input employee times and pay rates. QuickBooks has saved our company an enormous amount of time and allows us to be efficient in paying our employees. I would definitely recommend QuickBooks to anyone in payroll.
  • Allows our payroll team to be very efficient.
  • Allows us to be accurate when entering employee hours.
  • Helps in keeping our books in order.
  • Could be a little more user-friendly.
QuickBooks has been a very good tool for our company. Making sure that employees are paid on time and also paid correctly is a crucial part of keeping employees working for us. QuickBooks allows us to keep track of each of our employees and also our clients.
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Score 9 out of 10
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We are using Quickbooks Enterprise as our go-to accounting software with approximately 7 users logged in simultaneously. It is being used in a server and workstation environment across the whole organization. Quickbooks addresses a solid, reliable, and dependable solution for our company and it's accounting department. We have been using Quickbooks Enterprise for over 5 years now and it hasn't disappointed us.
  • Month-end close.
  • Day to day accounting debits, credits, and withdrawals.
  • Reliable and software that you can count on that works.
  • Unlike the business and premier Quickbooks versions, Enterprise is more fluid and reliable.
  • Enterprise Version is a workhorse that allows your company to have the accounting software power that it needs with room to grow.
  • Scalable.
  • Large Company files can take a long time to load.
  • Needs a better archive feature which allows you to shrink the size of your company file so that it loads quickly but you can still have access to older data.
  • Loading speed - Even on an SSD environment, the software can load slowly.
  • I feel the software is a tad clunky in 2019.
  • Better remote access options that don't force you to goto Quickbooks Online environment.
If your company doesn't have a solid Accounting Software Solution already that is included in an ERP solution, etc. Then I would highly recommend Quickbooks Enterprise as it's industry proven, the majority of people in the Accounting industry know how to use it. Enterprise might have more bells and whistles than you need for the average business, but if you have many line items, or other highly populated fields and areas of the software (lots of customers, etc), then Enterprise is your go-to Quickbooks Version.

Intuit's support is no where near what they used to be, so it's hard to find reliable paid or unpaid support for the software, but due to Enterprise being a "set and go" version of Quickbooks, you normally don't have to worry about hitting unclear software errors, crashes, or bugs.
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January 18, 2020

Tried and true!

Score 8 out of 10
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The 14500 item rule is not limiting the biggest issue QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise addresses Intuit imposes on Premier. For those not familiar, Quickbooks Premiers only allows you to have a total of 14500 customers, inventory items, and vendors. After that, you have to start deleting customers, or you can’t use the software.
  • Payroll
  • Quick glance reports
  • Cost
QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise manages inventory well and allows purchase orders. Also syncs up with our online store. Though sometimes it feels as they add product fest just so they can say it’s new.
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Score 8 out of 10
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We used Quickbooks Enterprise for accounting, manufacturing, purchasing, sales reporting, and financial requirements. Our production, supply chain, and administrative staff used the software, along with one engineer who entered the bill of materials for products we make. We did not use it for sales, marketing, or customer service needs, as it was impractical and difficult to extend access to a large number of users concurrently.
  • Ease of use for financial reporting.
  • Understandable workflow.
  • Lack of features for manufacturing and production needs.
  • Lack of features for inventory management - One single on-hand inventory number.
I would recommend QuickBooks to any company or organization that is looking for financial accounting and inventory management for non-complex manufacturing, about 50 employees or less, or any kind of service-based organization. I would not recommend it for any manufacturing or inventory-dependent retail operations that require advanced controls and planning for inventory (such as outgoing vs on hand inventory figures, etc).
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Score 10 out of 10
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Quickbooks Desktop Enterprise is used across the whole organization as our full-service accounting suite. We use it for general accounting, job costing, budgeting, sales forecasting, and expense management.
  • Robust options for reporting: if there's information I need, there's a good chance one of the built-in reports can provide it.
  • Comparison of current year to previous years: Quickbooks Desktop Enterprise makes it easy to see prior years' information right next to the current year's data, and offers some basic analysis by default.
  • Bank feeds can be somewhat clumsy.
  • Updates sometimes drastically change the look of the Quickbooks interface, and that can be challenging.
We used Quickbooks Desktop Enterprise to handle all order entry and invoicing, and it worked well for our small business of around 35 employees. But when we grew to over 100 it became cost prohibitive to give everyone access to the system. The enormous cost led us to move order entry and invoicing to a different platform, with Quickbooks Desktop Enterprise utilized only for final accounting rather than day-to-day use.
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Score 8 out of 10
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We use this as our primary accounting application. This is used for our entire procurement, GL, invoicing and financial management.
  • Easy to use.
  • Flexible.
  • Easy to manage a complex operation.
  • Integration with other systems.
  • Ability to clean up historical data.
  • Lack of procurement management.
I highly recommend this for small to mid-size companies that are looking for a flexible, easy-to-use and robust accounting system. This platform would be better if it could integrate with other specialized financial applications/tools.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Quickbooks Enterprise is being used across our entire organization as a tool to integrate our accounting, payroll, and inventory system. We currently integrate it with our manufacturing ERP software to create a unified solution that allows us to see across each area of our business. It allowed us to consolidate several Excel workbooks and outside services into a single area where all the relevant information could be obtained.
  • AR/AP is perfect for small to medium businesses.
  • Payroll integration allows us to do our own payroll in house.
  • Reporting is the best you can get without learning Crystal or SQL.
  • Inventory can get tricky for manufacturing companies with complex assemblies or lots of single run products.
  • Database errors have been common and integrated tools do not always fix the problem.
  • User permissions are lacking compared to the competition.
Quickbooks Enterprise is perfect for businesses with between 10-30 users who sell retail products or simple manufactured products with limited job tracking. With its intuitive navigational screens and help guides, you can successfully manage your business yourself. Do your own Payroll, be your own internal accountant, and manage all your shipping.
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It it used solely by the accounting department and select people in our customer support team. We use it to track and reimburse employee expenses, handle payroll, charge our customers, and produce reports for upper management to make more informed decisions.
  • Quickbook's user interface is incredibly user-friendly. Non-Accountants are able to pick up the system relatively easy . They should be able to enter transactions without fully understanding the accounting.
  • There is a lot of material on the internet if you need help how to use Quickbooks. They have various forums in which you can find the answers since there is bound to be another person that had already experienced your problem.
  • Quickbooks has developed a lot of integration with other 3rd party software. For example, we use Avalara to assess sales tax for our invoices. There are APIs built so Quickbooks can send the relevant invoice information to Avalara to produce sales tax.
  • It's not suitable for subscription management. As many business start changing it's business model to a subscription model, this may be a consideration
  • The canned reports do not contain enough information. When you began to add more fields to be displayed, Quickbooks can sometimes crash if you're trying to export the information excel.
It is a perfect if your a small to medium-sized company. As your company has more transactions, such as changing to a subscription model, Quickbooks does not scale quite as well. With the new revenue recognition GAAP rules, it would be difficult to properly record revenue if your product catalog is complex, such as selling bundles, warranties, discounts.
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Score 10 out of 10
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QuickBooks is used by the accounting department. It is user-friendly and the audit feature is perfect for troubleshooting data entry issues.
  • Audit trail is a great tool to determine the root of data entry errors.
  • Memorizing Lists and Reports is easy to do and makes end of month tasks a simpler process.
  • The reminder to backup your data is a small thing that makes a big difference.
  • Reporting, although it's better than it used to be, can be cumbersome. There are times we need a grand total at the bottom of the report but the report isn't set up that way. We then need to export it to Excel to get those totals.
  • Entry for voiding a check from the previous period could be made simpler. Currently, we make a "deposit" to wash the check that needs to be voided in order to reconcile it on the statement.
QuickBooks is user-friendly for lower-level accounting clerks. It also allows me, as the manager, to limit access to certain areas/features of QuickBooks.
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Score 8 out of 10
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We are using QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise for all aspects of our business currently. We have our inventory stock in the system, we create orders and invoices, and we pull all of our financial reporting out of QuickBooks. It has helped us put everything in one place so that we can give accurate information at the touch of a button.
  • It is very user-friendly, which is great for small companies. The larger ERP software systems can be hard to maneuver.
  • The chart of accounts is great as it shows balances in a list so you can see at a quick glance what the bank balance is.
  • Reporting is lacking. It is hard to run varying sales reports. The standard reports do not always give what we need.
QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise is a great program for small companies. I would consider it a great beginner ERP. It does a lot of what a smaller company needs it to do without being too clunky or hard to learn. Once the company grows and more in-depth reporting or analysis needs to be done, then QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise is lacking.
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Score 9 out of 10
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QuickBooks Enterprise is currently being used for accounting functions; to track Payables and Receivables, record profit and loss, and keep track of balance sheet items. Although not everyone in the company has a direct login, everyone utilizes the reporting and information that QuickBooks provides to show how our company is currently performing.
  • QuickBooks Enterprise syncs to our bank account for easy recording of electronic debits
  • QuickBooks Enterprise is great for creating customized reports for your company
  • QuickBooks Enterprise is great if you have multiple companies and need to switch back and forth quickly between the various companies
  • QuickBooks Enterprise is a desktop application and not web-based, so if multiple people need to use it, it will need to be utilized through a remote server (which could be an additional expense).
  • QuickBooks Enterprise usually charges per user, so if you have a company with multiple users, it could become costly.
QuickBooks Enterprise is great for larger companies that require robust reporting and complex COA. It syncs with many applications that provide even more streamline for fast-paced companies wanting to save time and money. For smaller businesses, it might be better to go with a smaller software program such as QBO.
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Score 5 out of 10
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We used QuickBooks Enterprise to manage all our accounting operations for revenue recognition, cost of goods sold, operating expenses, inventory, and fixed asset management.
  • It's easy to edit mistakes.
  • It's easy to report at a detailed level.
  • Flexible charts of accounts.
  • E-commerce and API connections are lacking.
  • Relies too much on third-party apps.
  • The old database structure corrupts easily.
Good for small startups with simple accounting structure.
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Score 9 out of 10
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QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions is being used for both accounting functions and material management for our LED lighting manufacturing business. We use it to keep track of open and closed orders, as well as to invoice our customers for products shipped to them. It is also used to keep track of open and closed purchase orders to our suppliers, as well as inventory tracking and management.
  • Reports can be modified and filtered to provide specific information. They can also be exported into Excel for further formatting and filtering.
  • It is fairly user friendly, with a flowchart on the home page to show how estimates turn into orders and then invoices, among other business functions. It is quite forgiving with input errors, allowing one to access already saved data (orders, invoices, etc.) and change it without a lengthy process of backing out previous info and re-entering new info.
  • The toolbar at the top of the screen can be customized to include the functions that one uses most, avoiding the process of selecting a tab and scrolling down to the needed option. One can also personalize how the tab/enter buttons function, as well as date formatting, decimal points, and default scripts for invoices, statements, purchase orders, etc. One can also integrate their established email address to be used through QuickBooks.
  • QuickBooks was built to be an accounting program. It is clumsy with inventory. The reports for inventory management are limited.
  • The inventory management system functions better for a company that just buys items and then resells them. Purchasing multiple materials and then combining them to be a finished good is possible to do, but needs more hands-on involvement than should be necessary.
  • The minimum and maximum reorder points do not function properly. If one has both entered into an item, QuickBooks uses the maximum reorder point only, and ignores the minimum reorder point entirely. I have taken to using only the minimum reorder point and not even entering the maximum into the item.
QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions would be great for a company that is buying products and just reselling them as-is. It is great at keeping track of quantities remaining from previous purchases and time periods, adding new inventory purchased, and subtracting inventory sold. It would also work well for a company that purchased materials to manufacture items for stock, and then sold those stock items.

QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions does not work very well for manufacturing of one-off or custom products as each item has to be "built", whether it is 1 item or 100 items. It also does not have an easy way to account for scrap or materials damaged in the manufacturing process.
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Score 9 out of 10
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As an accounting/bookkeeping firm I support QuickBooks Enterprise as one of the products my clients use. Depending on the needs of the client I may recommend QB Enterprise when a desktop user is looking to upgrade. QB Enterprise is best suited for companies that have larger data files, need more robust inventory features, work on a network, and desire more specific customization, just to name a few of the key important aspects it can provide.
  • Robust Inventory features
  • Large data files
  • Combined consolidated reports
  • More detailed customization
  • Optimized to work on a network
  • Allows multiple users, up to 30
  • Importing and exporting large lists (chart of accounts, items, customers, vendors).
  • Bank reconciliations could be more intuitive.
  • Upgrade the interface to a more modern look/feel. Something inviting.
QB Enterprise is well suited for companies with large inventory lists. Not only to create necessary detail for inventory items but also for the capacity, number of inventory items. QB Enterprise is also best used by companies that have large data files, large name lists (customers, vendors, products & service items, classes).QB Enterprise is overkill for many small businesses that have little or no inventory, lower level of bank transactions, and no real need to customize reports, data, etc.
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Score 10 out of 10
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While in the legal field we need other supporting tools to address specific legal industry challenges, it is the primary accounting tool within the organization for a few reasons:
  • It is an industry standard when you are distributing financial information to others.
  • Outside accountants all know it and can easily be consulted when needed.
  • Finding new personnel who know the program is more cost affective than products with less market penetration.
  • It is supported both by Intuit and by a legion of professionals in every industry.
  • It has a clear system of integration for third party product developers who are in the market today creating products for the legal industry.
  • It has a very flexible reporting system for customizing what different levels of our organization need to see in their reports.
  • It has a great system for allowing offsite accountants to audit and make changes to the GL without disturbing the daily work.
  • The product update system needs some tweaks. If one user updates everyone has to update to read the books. But often the auto updates are too random and it disrupts work.
  • The install process can be confusing to users who don't do it frequently, not intuitive enough. (no pun intended)
  • The network program installed on the books server, when being updated, can often fail to properly scan and find current company files. It often takes several attempts. But due to that awesome support system, we always get it worked out.
If your accounting needs are industry standard and not creative or off the rails, QuickBooks provides the best and most reliable solution available. If your needs are too industry specific and you have too many requirements that are non-standard to accounting, it may be more difficult to use but not impossible. For the legal industry it can often boil down to billing requirements as it relates to trust funds and automatic transactions. For nonprofits, and it can be something as simple as reporting requirements to meet IRS regulations.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We use Quickbooks Enterprise Solution for the entire organization. Having the fixed asset module work with the financial data is crucial to our business. We send financial reports for each department to our board each month.
  • Depreciation journal entry
  • Memorized reports
  • Ability to use multiple classes
  • The ability to work with Excel. It would be great if Excel could pull information from Quickbooks.
  • Using two companies at once without some activities being restricted.
Quickbooks Enterprise Solution is very well suited for an organization that needs to track fixed assets and depreciation since the module works with Quickbooks. Anyone not needing this feature could use a less expensive side of Quickbooks.
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Score 8 out of 10
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QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions is an accounting software that has allowed us to invoice, quote our customers, track our sales and maintain the accounting record, cash flow and tracking reports of expenses. In addition, it allows us to make accounting, balance and profit and loss reports. It also allows us to have the information at hand from any device for eventual meetings outside the office.
  • You can track the expenses of the company to correct if necessary.
  • Is a useful tool to bill your customers.
  • It is multi-platform which is great to have the information always at hand.
  • You can schedule your accounts payable to cancel the providers when required.
  • The reports should not be editable for the purpose of being presented to the auditors.
  • Usability in the mobile version can improve in speed and design.
It is advisable to use it in companies that handle billing, it is also ideal for the accounting and financial area. I do not recommend it for very small companies since many resources of the platform would be wasted.
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Score 7 out of 10
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I have used QuickBooks previously at many different companies. It is a quick, full service, easy to maneuver accounting software that helps organizations with simple accounting. The functionality is very user-friendly which is why so many small businesses across the world use it.
  • Easy to use with limited accounting knowledge.
  • Tracks payroll, vendors, customers, and accounting reporting all at your fingertips.
  • Priced well to other accounting software on the market
  • No month end close so you can never truly close out a month without going through some hacks to workaround it.
  • Not enough complex accounting functionality
  • Not a great product for larger companies or companies with subsidiaries.
  • Reporting features could be more editable and user friendly without the need to download to csv.
Well suited for small companies. Not well suited for larger organizations and companies with multiple subsidiaries.
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Score 7 out of 10
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We use QuickBooks (QB) for all of our accounting and finance functions. I am personally involved with QB from a payroll, paid time off tracking and employee roster management standpoint. Our accounting/finance and HR teams are the only departments who are using it. QB addresses our ledger accounting, reporting, payroll, financial statements, etc.
  • Relatively easy to use and learn the basics.
  • Reliable. Can't recall the program ever being "down" for tech reasons.
  • Basic payroll processing for in-house payroll is not hard to learn.
  • Employee profiles could be more robust, like a true HRIS system.
  • Canned reports can be difficult to manipulate.
  • If you create different payroll modules they do not integrate with each other.
QuickBooks is probably the best situation for small to medium size companies who do not have an overly complicated payroll to process or financial situation. I can't imagine running payroll for more than 100 or so employees with this system, although it is possible. We process internally and do not use the Intuit payroll service.
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Score 10 out of 10
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It is used for in-house accounting on several businesses. It's easy to use, a standard in the industry and cost effective.
  • Easy to use
  • Easy to learn
  • Easy to adapt to different types of business
  • Industry standard
  • Good help and help with community
  • Better standard reporting
  • back up and restore issues
  • server applications
Great for a larger type business with operations, credit cards, etc but also great for organizations with many different businesses.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Pay calculation (39)
8.5
Benefit plan administration (23)
7.8
Direct deposit files (37)
8.2
Salary revision and increment management (32)
7.9
Reimbursement management (32)
8.2
API for custom integration (15)
6.3
Plug-ins (22)
7.1
Single sign-on capability (42)
8.8
Role-based user permissions (47)
8.4
Dashboards (50)
7.9
Standard reports (56)
8.7
Custom reports (54)
8.0
Accounts payable (55)
8.8
Accounts receivable (55)
8.8
Cash management (49)
8.5
Bank reconciliation (55)
8.7
Expense management (49)
8.3
Time tracking (28)
6.7
Fixed asset management (41)
7.7
Multi-currency support (22)
6.3
Multi-division support (38)
7.2
Regulations compliance (24)
6.2
Electronic tax filing (27)
8.2
Self-service portal (19)
7.8
Global Financial Support (7)
6.0
Primary and Secondary Ledgers (12)
8.1
Intercompany Accounting (12)
7.7
Localizations (8)
6.7
Journals and Reconciliations (26)
8.6
Enterprise Accounting (17)
7.6
Configurable Accounting (15)
7.5
Centralized Rules Framework (10)
7.6
Standardized Processes (18)
8.6
Inventory tracking (36)
7.4
Automatic reordering (20)
6.0
Location management (23)
7.0
Manufacturing module (20)
6.1
Pricing (37)
7.4
Order entry (36)
8.1
Credit card processing (31)
8.1
Cost of goods sold (35)
7.8
Order Orchestration (11)
7.2
End-to-end order visibility (11)
7.1
Order exception Resolution (10)
7.3

About QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise

QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise is a widely-used accounting package designed for smaller organizations. It is the top of the QuickBooks line, with the highest scaling the vendor offers. Enterprise enables up to 30 users and greater capacity than other Quickbooks products. In includes dedicated versions for contracting, manufacturing and wholesale, nonprofit, retail, and professional services.


Pricing starts at $3,000 for five users, and goes up depending on the number of additional users. They also offer an Advanced Inventory module for $999 / year that includes greater inventory management and shipping functionality.

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