Archive for September, 2010
When you create a new company file with QuickBooks 2011 there is a new QuickBooks Quick Start Center procedure that kicks in after you finish the traditional “interview” or company setup procedure that we are familiar with. This lets you easily create new bank accounts, items and vendors/customers/employees.
Your financial data is crucial to your business. Getting timely reports from that data is imperative. QuickBooks includes many useful reports, BUT every business has some unique report that is needed that QuickBooks doesn’t include. Intuit recognizes this, and if you have QuickBooks Enterprise v 11.0, you have a new tool that can help.
Intuit introduced the QuickBooks Document Management service in the 2010 release. When I reviewed this originally, I had a number of concerns about what you could and couldn’t do. With QuickBooks 2011, Intuit is renaming this service to be QuickBooks Attached Documents and has made some significant changes. Is it enough?
Two significant changes in QuickBooks 2011 are the Quick Startup feature (which improves the startup speed for QuickBooks) and the Multiple Instances feature (allowing two company files to be open at the same time). I’m recommending that you be cautious with these features until you understand the impact they will have on your use of […]
Managing your Accounts Receivable is one of your most important business functions. QuickBooks 2011 has added several improvements that will make this task easier for you, including the addition of the Collections Center. Let’s take a look at what they have added.