Quickbooks Cloud Hosting.

Since its inception, the number of QuickBooks Online users has grown to 2.2 million with many significant advancements and changes. Although seemingly easy to use, it’s important to explore all the options before reaching a decision.

Let’s explore some of the differences between QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Hosting to help you determine what would be best for your business.

1. Cost

QBO: Although you wouldn’t need to pay for upgraded versions separately and purchase multiple licenses with QuickBooks Online, it can cost you more than just paying for the software. There is a monthly subscription cost with QuickBooks Online instead of a one-time payment. Therefore, if you have only one user using the software and don’t intend to do the regular upgrades, purchasing the software outright could be less expensive.

QuickBooks Cloud Hosting: For small and medium businesses looking for ways to cut down their business costs, hosting QuickBooks on the cloud is a more suitable option. With hosted QuickBooks, you have to purchase the software once and can work on it for as much time without paying any additional sum.  Moreover, the cloud service providers offer you the option to pay as per the server resources you need.

Started by Lewis-H at January 02, 2020 - 5:06 AM