Restricted access
 
 

June 27, 2008

QuickBooks Brings More Value

Filed under: Database Integration — Alena Semeshko @ 7:17 am

Intuit, the creator of QuickBooks accounting software, has recently showcased a new product Intuit Document Management System for QuickBooks Accounting.

Intuit research studies show a huge paper overload in the accounting industry. Around 65 % of accountants’ time is spent on documents, filing, retrieving, and sharing files. On average, a four-drawer filing cabinet can cost $25,000 to fill and $2,000 a year to maintain – 80 percent of which is cost for labor. Plus, misfiled documents can cost up to $120 to replace.

With the Intuit Document Management System (DMS) for QuickBooks Accounting, accounting professionals and small business owners using QuickBooks can store files electronically and access them instantly from their PCs. By moving to a “less paper” office, they can help reduce operating costs, improve service, and help protect their firms from risk and drastically increase productivity.

No Comments »

No comments yet.

RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URL

Leave a comment