Most micro businesses and small enterprises choose QuickBooks as their first accounting system, and its reasons are simple. It’s easy to use, quick to implement, can handle your simple business processes, and includes integrated payroll and payment processing. Because of its broad user base, most accounting professionals are already familiar with it, making training and adoption costs lower for your business.
However, QuickBooks can hold back any growing business because of its inability to support your complex processes and needs. If your organization operates in different countries and languages, needs to comply with strict government-mandated data security regulations, processes bulk transactions from multiple users simultaneously, or is looking for integration opportunities, then you’d be disappointed to know that QuickBooks can’t handle these.
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For these reasons, most small to mid-size businesses naturally transition to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central as their next business management software. Business Central goes beyond basic accounting. It provides you with a robust financial management solution that connects your critical processes around finance, sales, supply chain, operations, and project management. Because it’s a Microsoft solution, it natively integrates with many other Microsoft 365 and Azure solutions.
If you’re in the market for a financial management software, below is a side by side comparison between QuickBooks and Business Central.
Small to mid-sized businesses
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