"14500 dead end wall"1.5 starson by brutec
Pros: 14500 dead end wall
Cons: 14500 dead end wall
Summary: We trusted quick books to handle our business accounting but they failed miserably, We paid through the nose and used quick books faithfully for 4 years with the help of a QuickBooks pro advisor (recommended) but the program self destructed after we enter 14,500 names into the data base. This is not hard to do if you do 5-10 jobs day for clients it will occur after 3-4 years. This is a pretty common occurrence for small business. When you hit the 14500 limit the program STOPS WORKING we were dead in our tracks 3 people in our office could not work all day, we had to call in our qb pro advisor and even she was stumped, we had customers and job piling up, when we asked QuickBooks people what to do they had no options available, nothing that we were able to purchase to go the next level up. QuickBooks enterprise is not available in Canada (where our company operates) If you plan to use quick books regularly in a business that is actually growing (this is what most businesses tend to do) get ready for the dead end wall it will stop you dead in your tracks and cause a great deal of havoc and expense for you. Look for the 14500 limit by hitting f2 on your keyboard if you are close start thinking of a solution because QuickBooks does not have one. Quick books will tell you that you have outgrown QuickBooks and now need another solution, huh? new system? training expence? new program expence? then you will be stuck figuring out what this all means because the people you trusted and paid a great deal of money over the years to just kicked you out into the street after you hit 14500 names in their database, with no solution in mind.