New and improved features are found in QuickBooks 2011

QuickBooks 2011, scheduled to be released on September 27, is filled with plenty of new features and improvements to existing features. Advanced QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisor and author Laura Madeira has prepared a whitepaper summarizing the changes to QuickBooks 2011. Download the paper and read about the following changes and upgrades:

What's New for QuickBooks 2011

  • New Quick Start Center
  • QuickBooks Search
  • Customer/Vendor History
  • Customer Snapshot
  • Collections Center
  • Batch Invoicing
  • Paid Stamp with Date
  • Web Email Integration
  • Class-Based Balance Sheet
  • Advanced Inventory
  • Multi-Instance QuickBooks
  • File Manager

What's Improved for QuickBooks 2011

  • New Consolidated Reports
  • Enhanced Built-In Reports

Improved Connected Services

  • Intuit Payment Network
  • QuickBooks Attached Documents

New Connected Services

  • QuickBooks Connect (Web and Mobile Solutions)

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