Tag: Data Access

QuickBooks Reporting is Simple with QQube

| January 7, 2011 | 11 Comments

Getting useful reports from QuickBooks, in the format that you want, can be a real chore. Your options are to use the built-in QuickBooks reports, struggle with a complicated data access tool, or use a complicated add-on product that has limitations. This is all about to change with the release of a product that I’m […]

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QuickBooks 2011: Enterprise Custom Reporting

| September 24, 2010 | 20 Comments

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.

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QuickBooks 2011: QuickBooks Search

| September 14, 2010 | 18 Comments

We’ve had various “search” features in QuickBooks over the years, but they have either been inadequate, unreliable, difficult to set up or had too much of an impact on system performance. With QuickBooks 2011 we now have a useable and flexible “search” feature that works.

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What is the QuickBooks QBDataServiceUser and Do I Need It?

| July 1, 2010 | 4 Comments

Occasionally I’ll get a query from a security-conscious client who says that they have found a user account that mysteriously appears, called QBDataServiceUser (often with a number appended to the name). They want to know why it shows up and what they should do about it.

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QuickBooks Add On Programs: IIF

| February 16, 2010 | 32 Comments

While QuickBooks is a very flexible software system, it probably doesn’t do everything that you need (as far as accounting and inventory control). Fortunately, you can expand the capabilities of your copy of QuickBooks by adding an “add on” or “QuickBooks compatible” program. This week I’ll talk about programs that use the IIF method of […]

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