For most businesses, the key to resilience lies in having stable cash flow and control over your inventory. But with that comes the need for a complex accounting system and stronger financial and inventory controls. Many companies start with QuickBooks but soon
find that it lacks many of the capabilities growing businesses need. They often find themselves relying upon a dangerously unreliable “spreadsheet hairball” to support aging accounting systems. When your team and operations are small, the seemingly low cost of maintaining on-premises systems like QuickBooks masks the cost of inefficiencies in carrying out routine tasks. As you’ve grown, you may have found your business limited by the manual processes, errors and lack of real-time data that comes with having to add
systems and constantly engineer short-term, quick fixes. At this point, business opportunities that can lead to growth—like mergers and acquisitions, intercompany transactions, and multinational expansion—present challenges instead.