QuickBooks accounting software built for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). It has 80% market share of SMEs. QuickBooks has three different kind of products, and each product has unique features and versions. It also has QuickBooks Apps which helps corporate to send and received payment easily. QB Apps also has Point of sale which is cloud based work, and it can handle around 50 employees check and deposits.
This product is specially designed for freelancers and as a name suggest, for self-employed people. It provides numerous services to the users, and its monthly subscription involves maintenance services and QuickBooks Customer Support. Users can easily connect this software with their banks, and they can track their income and expenses and as well as can quickly calculate their taxes.
As a name suggest, it handles cloud based services. It provides users access to save their data to the cloud, and they can access it from anyplace and at anytime. It is designed for small businesses, and it can handle up to 5 users. Monthly subscription of this product offers services such as it provides upgrades, automatic backup services and it also gives Toll-Free QuickBooks Technical Support. Users can easily manage their revenues and expenses, prepare their invoices and manage financial statements.
QuickBooks Desktop has initially introduced in the 90s and after that Intuit made lots of update in the software. The first thing you need to know about QuickBooks Desktop is that you can't get a 30-day trial just as QuickBooks Online, you have to buy upfront with full price and you can own it (Lifetime) at one-time purchase. To use the Desktop version, you can use it at any time as long as your laptop is fully charged. All the business transactions of invoices, receipts or bills can be managed manually, and QuickBooks Desktop supports one user at a time. It saves you from paying the monthly charge and keeps your financial records from being hacked from the online threat.