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Changing Your "Dynamics": E-Tech Simplifies the Process of Switching from Microsoft Great Plains to QuickBooks

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 10:23 AM CST, Fri, March 08,2019

Brandon, MB -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/08/2019 -- Most small businesses know that choosing a new accounting system can be a daunting task. "You would always find yourself caught between two stools when making the right choice for your accounting software. But you don't necessarily have to bite off more than you can chew, when you have accounting professionals to guide you towards making the right decision," John Rocha, the Technical Service Manager of a leading data repair and conversion service, E-Tech, said.

He added that a main priority of a business owner is to keep an eye on the money that comes in and goes out, which is why it's critical to possess the right accounting software. "You need a program that helps you accomplish your daily accounting tasks– recording payments, tracking expenses, invoicing customers and reconciling transactions – and gives you insight into your business's financial health, allowing you to generate reports that help you analyze your business's performance from multiple angles."

Rocha suggested a few tips to keep in mind when deciding on the appropriate accounting package, such as costs, usability and features.

Accounting experts have rated Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains as a complex and robust piece of software that some small businesses simply may not be ready for. Experts feel that depending upon where the business is in its lifecycle, Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains might actually be overwhelming, especially with all of the different tools that it offers. Users, on the other hand, suggest that the interface isn't as intuitive as it should be, making training on the software a necessity in most cases. For the most part, this is complex software that comes with a learning curve.

Alternatively, QuickBooks is an accounting software that needs no introduction that was developed by Intuit to allow small to medium businesses use an accounting system online. Its main purpose is to help small businesses monitor their financial affairs and operations.

Users have rated QuickBooks as "very effective" for small business owners who don't have formal accounting training. The software additionally saves time by helping to ensure accurate accounting and by reducing or eliminating altogether the need to enter the same accounting data in different software applications. With its many versions designed to fit the accounting needs of virtually any small- or medium-sized business, the QuickBooks suite feature tools for routine accounting that simplify tracking invoices, expenses, customers, bills and more.

E-Tech looks after the migration of Great Plains data to QuickBooks like a doddle. The service includes migrating data exactly as in Dynamics GP with opening balances, payroll data which is converted as Journal Entries, Trial Balance and Aging Reports reconciled to the source data file and Post conversion checklist document.

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About E-Tech
Founded in 2001, E-Tech is a leading file repair, data recovery, and data conversion services provider in the United States and Canada. The company works to stay up to date on the latest technology news, reviews, and more for their customers.

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