A phase in the lifecycle of your organization where your business is outgrowing QuickBooks and wants a more
Signs that your business is Outgrowing QuickBooks
Are you manually entering data into QuickBooks after collecting it from other systems? or exporting data from QuickBooks to Excel or another program for analysis? Some of this is acceptable, as your business expands and you have more contracts and spreadsheets, you’ll start to make mistakes.
Are you managing the business with many systems? Ideally, accounting, inventories, and assets, all come under a single ERP system. Specialty software frequently handles CRM and HR, but if you’re not handling all financials in one location, you’re probably wasting time and maybe making mistakes and problems.
Few user licenses
Every employee will likely receive a license from a standard ERP solution. Following that, the business determines the level of access that entails, granting project managers, HR, and management access to reporting, planning, and budgeting systems – allowing for collaboration and overall synch.
It starts to get challenging to manage the special requirements for government contracts in QuickBooks. You must stay on top of requirements while comparing to the program is constructing and adapting for it. Because the majority of the work is done manually offline.
When you have outgrown QuickBooks, there is MetaPro.
It may feel out of reach to upgrade to a new system because of the price and resource requirements. But can you afford to wait? Think about the price of noncompliance, lost time, and low morale. With