Sage BusinessWorks and QuickBooks – the differences
Brandon, MB, Canada, 18th Apr 2022, King NewsWire, Sage BusinessWorks is an accounting solution that aims to accommodate the needs of growing businesses.
Sage BusinessWorks is well equipped to handle the requirements of some large businesses, but is designed specifically to serve small and midsize businesses that need a more robust accounting package than what’s available through off-the-shelf solutions.
One of the most significant benefits of BusinessWorks is the visibility that the software provides for business owners and decision makers. Off-the-shelf accounting solutions are typically unable to match the reporting and financial analysis capabilities that Sage puts into BusinessWorks. Day-to-day accounting and financial tasks can be automated through Sage software, greatly reducing the time that leadership spends dealing with rote accounting tasks while improving the accuracy of key financial data. In addition to enabling businesses to make decisions based on clear and accurate data, Sage BusinessWorks can leave an audit trail that helps to prevent fraudulent financial activity.
While QuickBooks is best known for its bookkeeping and accounting capabilities, Sage products lean more towards project management. However, there is a significant overlap between the capabilities of Sage BusinessWorks and QuickBooks Enterprise.
Businesses have been known to opt for Sage BusinessWorks when they begin operations. However, as they generate more data, add employees, and increase their inventories, they outgrow the capabilities of the solution. Here are some of the reasons for organizations to migrate from Sage BusinessWorks to QuickBooks Enterprise.
Many users have also observed that Sage BusinessWorks slows down with time. Transactions take longer to execute, and reports are not generated as quickly as they used to earlier. There is often a requirement to enter data manually in multiple systems with Sage BusinessWorks leading to errors due to duplication that is often difficult to correct. Moreover, organizations could require additional access control mechanisms that cannot be easily implemented in Sage BusinessWorks.
E-Tech offers an industry-standard migration service to convert your BusinessWorks data file to QuickBooks Enterprise, Pro, Premier, Accountant, Mac, or QuickBooks Online. This is a full service BusinessWorks data migration with all lists and transactional history.
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