For years, QuickBooks Online has been one of the top players in the Australian small business market. However, its hold has significantly weakened lately due to the number of cloud accounting apps that have crowded the online accounting software space. This strategy is apparently effective as more users are becoming reliant on mobile devices.
The most noteworthy among QuickBooks Online’s competitors is Xero, a mobile cloud accounting app that fancies itself as “the alternative to QuickBooks” and currently dominates the smartphone accounting category. Quickbooks quickly fired back by providing its own mobile version, which effectively migrated the features of its desktop version and prevails into the tablet category.
Let’s see how the two compare to each other:
Intuit and MYOB are considered household names in the world of small business accounting software in Australia, which makes it interesting to compare the two and weigh it according to one’s business needs now that both companies are offering cloud accounting software: QuickBooks Online for Intuit and Accountright for MYOB.
Business owners looking to upgrade their accounting system should be able to weigh the merits of the two cloud solutions in the context of their business needs. So without further ado, have a look at the key comparison between QuickBooks Online and Accountright: Continue reading
The need to stay connected has pervaded even the world of business, which prompted Intuit, developer and marketer of the accounting software package, QuickBooks, to come up with a cloud version.
Thus, QuickBooks Online (QBO) came to fruition.
Leveraging its powerful accounting software features to the connectivity offered by the cloud, it’s easy to see why QuickBooks Online is one of the most subscribed online accounting software solutions. Let’s take a look at QuickBooks Online’s top 6 features and see how it can take your business to the next level: Continue reading