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QuickBooks vs. NetSuite: Financial software comparison for business owners

Presented by Oracle NetSuite

Presented by Oracle NetSuite

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If you own a company, you know how complex accounting can be. When entry-level software comes up short, you start looking at the big dogs.

I’ve gotten emails and calls from lots of people over the years who are ready to say goodbye to QuickBooks. It can slow you down and make your workflow harder than necessary — especially when you’re using it for payroll.

Reviewers say it’s difficult to customize and homegrown systems may have trouble integrating.

That’s why we recommend our sponsor, NetSuite by Oracle. This software supports businesses at every stage of growth. Its cloud-based platform provides real-time data with customizable fields to make you even more efficient.

If you’re ready to take your financial management to the next level, you need software that can keep up.

Don’t just take our word for it. Good news: We’ve got a helpful comparison chart to help you see how NetSuite and QuickBooks stack up. Check it out.

Comparison Matrix

Feature ComparisonNetSuiteQB OnlineQB Enterprise
True Cloud
App Store
Seamless Upgrades
Multi-Entity Consolidation
Flexible Chart of Accounts
Drill Down, Drill Through Reporting
Segregation of Duties and Audit Trail
Grading System:
✔ = Native and solid capabilities
✱ = Capabilities need add-on or partner integration
✖ = Weak or no functionality

Although both platforms handle your bookkeeping — such as budgeting, charge status and so on — they offer vastly different user experiences. With NetSuite, you can work freely, without the many limitations that come with QuickBooks.

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