If you want efficiency, accuracy, and timeliness to be part of your business's accounting characteristics, make sure to find a QuickBooks ProAdvisor to run your QuickBooks accounting solution. Their expertise in the software will be a welcomed advantage to your business.
A QuickBooks ProAdvisor is an accountant that has been trained by Intuit (software developer) on the QuickBooks accounting solution and understands the internal workings of the software in order to maximize the benefits it has.
There are many bookkeepers and accountants that are beginners using QuickBooks which tends to leave the software looking like a simplified accounting program. But, when you open up the hood of this pristine accounting tool, there is much more to it and a QuickBooks ProAdvisor will know exactly how to get the horse power up which benefits your business in ways that you may have not experienced in the past.
QuickBooks is the ultimate in accounting software flexibility. From changing records to syncing financial information with outside apps since QuickBooks is an "Open Sourced Software" (meaning outside software easily has the ability to connect and share with QuickBooks), it has the robust features that a large scale accounting solution would have but at a much lower price.
But, in order to take advantage of all of QuickBooks features, you need someone like a ProAdvisor to run the show.
A QuickBooks ProAdvisor can set up your accounting easily and ensure the use of all the software's benefits so that you have the most accurate accounting information!
Why QuickBooks? There are many nuances in QuickBooks that make the job of an accountant much more efficient.
One of the major benefits that is developing as we write is the use of AI (Artificial Intelligence). AI is becoming a major part of the software and helps the accountant not only become more efficient, but more accurate. Essentially, the software is learning the accountant and the business at the same time and becomes a helping hand in the work that needs to be done.
But again, to really use all the tools effectively, a person must be thoroughly trained in how to take advantage of all aspects of QuickBooks. If you have a untrained accountant using the software, it can become a mess of information simply because the tools aren't being used correctly and, believe me, that can be an expensive clean up process.
There are two main points to the article; if you are a small to midsize business, I suggest using the QuickBooks accounting software (I prefer QuickBooks Online). Secondly, make sure your accountant is a QuickBooks ProAdvisor so that the accounting software is used in its most powerful way. The combination will bring the level of your accounting, and understanding of your business, to a whole other level.
Blue Collar CFO