QuickBooks Enterprise Edition Feature List:

  • Organized presentation of 1558 features arranged into the standard Small Business Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) structure, with clear modules and sub-modules
  • Rates the level of support QuickBooks Enterprise Edition offers for every single feature, from full support to partner add-on, customization, third-party, and more
  • Benchmarks QuickBooks Enterprise Edition overall performance against the industry average


  • Eliminates weeks of research by providing the total universe of features you should expect to see in solid Small Business Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software solutions, regardless of which solution you’re reviewing
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QuickBooks Enterprise Edition Features Support Examples

The Chart of Accounts is the business managment system. Ii must be set up so that revenues and costs are captured and segregated into the best-suited categories in order to produce useful financial statements.
The most important step in the set up process is defining the chart of accounts, because it forms the basis for financial reporting. Care must be taken to describe not just the business as it exists today but how it might exist in the future, and to include all possible views of an organization without making the chart of accounts so large that data input speed is decreased and the chances for inaccuracy are increased. User-defined segment lengths
By defining the length of the segment users will not have to input zeros in some systems and they will be able to reserve the unused segments digits for other segments which might be longer.
Supported Delete segments not required
Users should be able to delete the segments they don’t require in a chart of accounts. Alternately, the product should not display a segment in an input screen if it has not been defined.
Supported User-defined account ranges
Users can specify what account ranges will apply to what categories such as assets, liabilities, etc.
Supported Multiple account levels
Each level represents a layer of detail. The number of levels available to the user will determine to a large extent the degree of detail reported.
There are accounts other than just standard posting accounts. Active accounts
Active accounts are those standard accounts to which revenue and cost information can be posted.
Supported Inactive accounts
Inactive accounts are accounts to which information cannot be posted until the user makes them an active account.
Supported Allocation accounts
Allocation accounts collect information that will then be posted to other accounts (such as the allocation of overhead costs).
Customization Accrual accounts
Accrual accounts are used to input revenue and costs which have not yet been posted in one of the sub-modules.
Customization Event or project costing accounts Customization Statistical accounts
Statistical accounts are used to collect non-financial information.
Rather than attaching a reporting unit such as a department to the Chart of Accounts itself, some users might want to define the reporting units in an entirely different function. Regions (separately defined) Customization Profit centers (separately defined) Customization Cost centers (separately defined) Customization Projects (separately defined) Supported Activities (separately defined) Supported
1.1.4. VALID POSTING ACCOUNTS Define table of valid accounts Customization Delete and add accounts automatically Customization
Most larger organizations contain any number of units whose function is the support of other groups. This question is designed to identify the relative level of sophistication of a product when it comes to allocating costs to other reporting units. Single allocation Customization Waterfall to other allocation accounts Customization Percentage allocation Customization Monetary allocation Customization User-defined formulas Customization Forces zero ending balance Customization
One of the most effective ways of allocating costs is the use of what can become fairly complex formulas to measure activity or some other factors or groups of factors by which costs can be allocated rationally. This question is designed to identify the complexity of the formulas each product uses to allocate costs. Allocation formulas would be based on each of these criteria. G/L financial accounts Customization Statistical accounts Customization Budget accounts Customization Sub-ledger totals Customization Sub-ledger field values Customization Beginning account balance Customization Ending account balance Customization Average account balance Customization Net account balance change Customization Values imported from third-party application Customization User-defined constants Customization Step threshold values Customization
All products offer depreciation tracking applications or functions. This question asks whether the system supports a similar function for identifying each item that is being amortized, the period over which it is being amortized, and then calculates the appropriate expense each period. Maintains separate files for each item Customization Print multi-column summary for current year Customization Print tables of expenses for each item Customization Post expenses automatically each period Customization
All products offer depreciation tracking applications or functions. This question asks whether the system supports a similar function for identifying each prepaid expense item, the period over which it is being expensed, and then calculates the appropriate expense each period.
2. ACCOUNTS PAYABLE(This criterion contains 508 criteria below it)
3. ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE(This criterion contains 368 criteria below it)
4. PAYROLL(This criterion contains 209 criteria below it)
5. INVENTORY(This criterion contains 457 criteria below it)
6. JOB AND PROJECT COSTING(This criterion contains 286 criteria below it)
7. FIXED ASSETS(This criterion contains 60 criteria below it)
8. SALES MANAGEMENT(This criterion contains 307 criteria below it)
9. BUDGETING(This criterion contains 34 criteria below it)
10. MANUFACTURING(This criterion contains 222 criteria below it)
11. PRODUCT TECHNOLOGY(This criterion contains 177 criteria below it)


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