We help our clients complete QuickBooks Online conversions and learn how it differs from the desktop version.
It might be surprising to learn just how far QuickBooks has come through the years. When it first was released, it was a DOS version and even without the user-friendly aspects of a Windows environment that we all recognize today, it was hugely popular among small business owners, quickly capturing nearly 85% of the market. To this day, it has continued to be the market leader and has consistently adapted to the changing business environment. As the need for more mobility became apparent, they moved into an online version so that business owners could access their accounting records from anywhere, as well as work in teams both in-house and with accountants and other professionals.
At Balanced Bookkeeping of NC, we know that many Mebane, North Carolina companies have been using QuickBooks for many years and already know how powerful and useful this software is. However, you may not yet have switched over to the online version and that is where we come in. We offer assistance with QuickBooks Online conversions and can train you and your staff on the various differences between the desktop and online versions. If you aren’t quite sure about switching yet, we’ll be happy to go over the advantages so that you can determine if the benefits would warrant the conversion.
Meet Shelley Cole – The Owner of Balanced Bookkeeping
If you would like to know more about QuickBooks Online conversions or you need training for either the desktop or online versions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We are happy to discuss any of our accounting and bookkeeping services, as well, so that you get the support you need for the highest success for your company.
At Balanced Bookkeeping of NC, we assist with QuickBooks online conversions for companies in Mebane, Durham, Raleigh, Greensboro, Hillsborough, Carrboro, Chapel Hill, Morrisville, Graham, Burlington, Haw River, Saxapahaw, Snow Camp, Cary, Apex, Wake Forest, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Bahama, Rougemont, Roxboro, and Wake County, North Carolina.