Quick Books is an accounting software majorly used by small to mid-sized businesses for processing bills and business payments.
Quick Books continues to be one of the most popular accounting software for SMBs worldwide, capturing nearly three-fourths of the market. This accounting system can invoice customers, settle bills, render reports, and prepare taxes.
Despite its continued popularity, users’ access to QuickBooks Desktop Payroll Services, Live Support, Online Backup, Online Banking, and other services through QuickBooks Desktop 2020 software will be discontinued after May 31, 2023. This also means your software won’t support critical security updates, starting June 1, 2023.
So, what does this mean for you?
It offers several benefits over your legacy software, such as seamless integration with other business applications, cost-effectiveness, enhanced customer experience, scalability, extensive security features, compliance, and easy accessibility.
Moreover, the users between the on-premise and cloud versions get full consistency and ease of transit with the shared codebase of Dynamics 365 Business Central and Dynamics NAV.
Business Central also includes web-based reporting portals that support heavier transaction volumes and a higher number of users as compared to Quick Books.
Dynamics 365 Business Central provides a connected cloud business management solution for growing small and mid-sized businesses. Connected means you can bring together your sales, services, and operations teams within a single application to derive the insights required to drive your business forward and be prepared for what’s next.