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QuickBooks Enterprise 2009/9.0 - New Features

QuickBooks Enterprise 2009/9.0 comes packed with the following new and improved features:

  • NEW - Ability to have up to 30 users in the software at any time. QuickBooks Enterprise 2009 comes in 5,10,15,20,25, and 30 user bundles. For special pricing and promotions on QuickBooks Enterprise, be sure to visit my Enterprise web page.
  • NEW - QuickBooks Enterprise 2009/9.0 now supports all global currencies, making it easier for you to conduct business with your international customers and vendors.
  • NEW - Company Dashboard: On one screen, you can see an income and expense graph, customer balances, and reminders
  • NEW - QuickBooks Messenger allows for instant communication between users
  • NEW - Intuit Statement Writer. Create professional financial statements with this tool that uses Microsoft® Excel (Excel 2003 or 2007 required)
  • IMPROVED - Save hours of data entry and reduce errors by securely downloading banking, credit card, and credit union transactions directly into QuickBooks
  • Microsoft Vista Logo Certified - The 2009 product has undergone Microsoft compatibility tests for ease-of-use, better performance and enhanced security. Certified for Windows Vista software and devices, QuickBooks 2009 has the highest level of Vista certification available.

QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions software is currently used in over 57,000 businesses. The purchase of the 2009 version includes the following additional benefits:

  • Full year of free technical support from QuickBooks as part of your full 12 month support plan
  • Full year of a 10 GB online data backup vault to store your critical QuickBooks and other business data.
  • Complete set of training CDs if you prefer the "DIY" approach to training.

Be sure to download my free guide - "10 Key Benefits of Using QuickBooks Enterprise 2009 in Your Business today!



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Your point is well taken - what Intuit considers an improvement may or may not actually be seen that way by actual users such as yourself.

Based on what I am seeing, the early feedback on the new online banking section isn't real positive at this stage. I am hopeful you have submitted your thoughts directly to Intuit via the "Feedback" option on the Help menu.

From my vantage point, the actual first time setup/link of a QuickBooks account with the online bank account is actually easier and simpler than it used to be. However, once that initial connection is made, all bets are off.

Scott Gregory, QuickBooks Specialist

I'm genuinely trying to wrap my brain around calling the new online banking module an improvement. About 80% of the functionality has been removed, the popup screen cannot be sized and you have to drag scroll bars left to right and up to down, transactions no longer got directly into the register and have to be manually inserted one at a time ...

I appreciate second and third parties supporting certain programs and acting as "gurus" for the rest of us. But if you're going to call the new online banking module an improvement, please be specific. It's improved how?

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