The other high-priority item on our to-do list? Finding POS solutions to fill the gap that would be left when QuickBooks POS v19 was no longer available or supported. On the horizon was our still-in-development proprietary POS solution, Ability Register POS, but with the rollout date for that in the future, we knew our clients, customers and potential clients and customers would need an answer—and they’d need it soon. Which was what brought us to Lightspeed.
Ready to convert your QuickBooks Desktop to QuickBooks Online? Making the move from QuickBooks Desktop to QuickBooks Online is a strategic step towards streamlined financial management and enhanced collaboration. Our comprehensive guide and list of resources are designed to make your transition seamless and stress-free, ensuring that you harness the full potential of QuickBooks Online.
No matter what industry or vertical they are in, most small and mid-market businesses would agree that their most precious commodity is time. Time is the thing everyone wants more of, wants to keep better track of and wants to manage more efficiently.
QuickBooks Desktop 2020 users, who are running their business with this QuickBooks version, will need to either purchase a QuickBooks Desktop 2023 Plus subscription or migrate to QuickBooks Online. QuickBooks Desktop 2020 software will be discontinued on May 31st, 2023.
As you review your software, my hope is to offer you some guidance throughout this journey.
Intuit announced support for QuickBooks Desktop Point of Sale v19 will be sunsetted on October 3rd, 2023, we want to reassure you that our team is here to guide you through this journey. We know that you will have tough decisions to make on how you run your retail business in the coming months with the discontinuation of support for QuickBooks POS 19. Learn more about the QuickBooks Point of Sale 19 Intuit Software End User Agreement here.
With that said, thank you for selecting Ability Business as your QuickBooks Solution Provider and entrusting us to help you design a solution based on your needs. We have been busy behind the scenes laying out scenarios based on you, our clients and merchants, and what your needs will be during this transition period regarding QuickBooks POS 19. We have spent hours identifying four areas for you to address (think about), built out a list of questions & answers, and noted QuickBooks POS v19 resources.
Most small businesses own fixed assets, which include items like land, buildings, equipment, and automobiles. The investments of adding, replacing, or improving upon fixed assets is called capital expenditures (capex). It seems like there is never enough money for all the capital expenditures that need to be done in a business. To make the best […]