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Intuit QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions V13.0 2013 5-User

Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
2.3 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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  • First year of full service plan
  • Free upgrades, including 2014 when released next year
  • Free Intuit tech support

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QuickBooks Enterprise 5 user w/Intuit full service plan

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  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • ASIN: B009GANUPM
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 27, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,439 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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As usual, Intuit forces their users to upgrade by discontinuing support for online services, then you get the latest software version complete with numerous bugs. If you can hold off upgrading to this version for a year, most of the bugs will be worked out. For QB Enterprise 2009 users, like me, we had to upgrade. It wasn't more than five minutes working in the new QBE2012, when it crashed as I was editing a product.

I'll skip the support option for the next three years, and then start the vicious cycle all over again.
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After using QB's for years and QB Enterprise since 2010. I find the new format/layout very disappointing. Basic things like finding the "Notes" in Customer & Vendor profiles are either gone or not obvious. The layout on Invoices,Receive Payments,Pay vendors should have been left alone.
You cannot see/ view as many bills to pay as before.
The beauty of QB's was that an invoice looked like the printed invoice & a check looked like a check. Memos in Payments received is also very obscure, way down on the bottom. Wasting more time hunting for parts of QB's that used to have more of a flow & ease of use.
NOT IMPRESSED!
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One of my favorite new features in QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions 12.0 is the fact that you can separate item receipts (receiving the inventory) from the actual bill itself. This has been a problem in the past because even though it looked like it was two separate transactions, it was really one. So the issue is this: when inventory is received without the bill, an item receipt would be created with the date the inventory is actually received. The bill might not be received for another week. When you convert the item receipt, you can change the date to the date of the bill, but then it actually changed the date the inventory was received! It could cause inventory to go negative or assembly builds to change to pending. The other option is to keep the date of the receipt, but then aging reports could be incorrect. Do you see the dilemma?
Now, with QuickBooks Enterprise 12.0, you can set a preference to make these two separate transactions. There should be no more date issues; no more negative inventory; no more pending builds!
A word of caution - if you turn this preference on, it creates item receipts as separate transactions from bills from the day you started the QB file. I'm recommending my clients start a new QB file as of the beginning of their fiscal year.
Also, with the Advanced Inventory, you can use the FIFO method of valuing inventory as well as do serial or lot number tracking.
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I agree with the other reviewer that this program is "buggy as usual." Stuff that should take minutes takes hours. Nothing is simple and support is overwhelmed and sometimes throw their hands up. I would not recommend this program ESPECIALLY since it is so expensive and the support renewal is WAY OVER PRICED for what you get - which is many, many hours of traipsing through the program trying to figure out what is wrong with the people in support who don't always know what is going on.
I was actually told I had no choice, that I had to upgrade to Enterprise Solutions. It turned out it was a lie and now I am stuck with a data file that has been converted to Enterprise Solutions. Buyer beware!
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By Lawrence on February 3, 2011
I just installed QB Enterprise Solutions v.11 for a client to deal with a huge company file. The speed increase was dramatic. DRAMATIC. over QB Premier. They have only have three users but the 5-user pack will have to do. If you're having trouble, I suggest looking for a QuickBooks ProAdvisor to help you through the process. They'll come to you to make sure it's all set up right and show you how to use it.
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We've used Quickbooks for years at my company. We have Quickbook Enterprise and we pay for the full support plan, which is about $1,500 per year. Under the support plan, six months ago we updated from Quickbooks Enterprise 2012 to Quickbooks Enterprise 13.0. What a mistake! EVER SINCE WE UPDATED TO 13.0, WE'VE ENCOUNTERED ALL SORTS OF BUGS WHICH CORRUPTED OUR DATA AND CAUSED THE PROGRAM TO ABRUPTLY TERMINATE. TO FIX THESE BUGS, WE'VE NEEDED TO TAKE OUR SYSTEM DOWN MULTIPLE TIMES, OFTEN FOR A DAY AT A TIME, WHICH MEANT THAT WE COULDN'T SEND OUT PROPOSALS, ISSUE INVOICES TO CUSTOMERS, PAY EMPLOYEES OR COLLECT. Because of the urgency of keeping our company running while Quickbooks is down, I have spent hours and hours of my time with tech support (despite their valiant efforts). I'm the CFO/COO of our company, so that's a lot of valuable lost time. The $1,500 support fee is dwarfed by all the downtime this has caused and is a waste of money under the circumstances. Many Quickbooks customers have had similar experiences to ours, which I know from my discussions with tech support and the multiple new releases Intuit keeps issuing new releases to fix these problems. Despite Intuit's efforts, new bugs keep occurring. I don't know how much longer I can take this before we quit using Quickbooks altogether.

Until this year, I thought Quickbooks Enterprise was a good product, but now it's a bad product. DO NOT BUY QUICKBOOKS 13.0!
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