QuickBooks v2014 has been released with all its assorted flavors – Enterprise, Accountants Edition, Pro and Premier. There are new features in all versions as well as enhancements to existing features. Highlights of the new versions include:
User Interface Changes designed to make it easier to find information and navigate QuickBooks
Income Tracker provides you with a fast way to see the status of your unbilled and unpaid transactions, and provides you with features to improve billing/collections. This feature has been available in QuickBooks Online for some time and we welcome it to the desktop versions. The graphic representation of the data makes it easier for you to find important information. With Income Tracker tracking and collecting Accounts Receivable will be a little less painful.
For those that download transactions from the bank, the Banks Feed area has been significantly improved, especially in the area of rules and in the use of color to identify different features.
Batch enter transactions has been expanded. This Accountant version features now allows faster entry of Bills and Bill Credits and Invoices and Credit Memos
Add/Edit Multiple List Entries now includes Inventory Assemblies.
Email Improvements include:
- View history of emails to customers if using webmail.
- Ability to send customer payment receipts
Improved Job Costing features give user better tracking of jobs by status, customer and sales rep. The Enterprise version also has new reports for Job WIP Summary and Committed Cost by Jobs. These reports will be of special value to contractors.
For Accountants, the new Client Collaborator improves communication on file matters between the user and the accountant. With this new feature you can ask questions of your client regarding specific transactions in a more efficient way with excellent tracking included.
If you would like more information on QuickBooks 2014 please contact us. You can read details of the new version in the QuickBooks and Beyond Blog
(https://www.accountexnetwork.com/blog/2013/09/quickbooks-2014-has-arrived/ and associated articles)
and at the Intuitive Accountant
(http://www.intuitiveaccountant.com/general-ledger/quickbooks-2014—my-favorite-newbies/ and associated articles).