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Jampit 06-11-2010 04:21 PM

QuickBooks Hosting
 
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rkenton 06-13-2010 01:01 AM

I agree with you here, I have had a good experience with NovelASPect. I have been using NovelASPect for my QuickBooks hosting for a while now and don't have any complaints. I like NovelASPect's QB hosting because it offers every feature of QuickBooks like inventory tracking, payroll, forecasts, etc.

I see you've already provided a link to the site, but here's the direct link to their QB hosting page for anyone who's interested: [url]http://www.novelaspect.com/quickbookshosting.php[/url]

Highly recommended.

david_morris 06-17-2010 07:51 PM

[QUOTE=rkenton;116925]I agree with you here, I have had a good experience with NovelASPect. I have been using NovelASPect for my QuickBooks hosting for a while now and don't have any complaints. I like NovelASPect's QB hosting because it offers every feature of QuickBooks like inventory tracking, payroll, forecasts, etc.

I see you've already provided a link to the site, but here's the direct link to their QB hosting page for anyone who's interested: [url]http://www.novelaspect.com/quickbookshosting.php[/url]

Highly recommended.[/QUOTE]

Hello, I have been looking at many different companies for Quickbooks hosting and I am having a rather difficult time figuring out what the advantage is to having my Quickbooks hosted with a third party such as Novelaspect versus intuit's Quickbooks online edition. You have mentioned Novelaspect as offering every feature of Quickbooks, how is this different from the Quickbooks online edition?

Thanks!

rkenton 06-17-2010 08:22 PM

[QUOTE=david_morris;117116]Hello, I have been looking at many different companies for Quickbooks hosting and I am having a rather difficult time figuring out what the advantage is to having my Quickbooks hosted with a third party such as Novelaspect versus intuit's Quickbooks online edition. You have mentioned Novelaspect as offering every feature of Quickbooks, how is this different from the Quickbooks online edition?

Thanks![/QUOTE]

QuickBooks Online Edition is not the same as the QuickBooks software you have installed on your computer. At first, I considered Quickbooks Online Edition myself, but when I looked at the features of Quickbooks Online Edition, I realized that it did not suit all of my business needs because I needed all of the features of my version of Quickbooks. NovelASPect also allows user add-ons, which I think will really help expand its functionality in the long run, too. There is a comparison list [URL="http://www.novelaspect.com/quickbookshosting.php#online"]here[/URL]. Hope that helps! :)

davidricklan 03-12-2011 07:57 AM

QuickBooks Hosting Services
 
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BertMulderCGA 03-12-2011 12:00 PM

In this connection, is there anyone offering hosting of Canadian versions?

Josh G 04-23-2011 09:16 AM

Other a hosting Providers
 
Hi all,

I'm moving toward a hosted QB environment and am currently looking at Novel Aspect, Cloud Aspects, and Right Networks.

I see a lot of you on here have positive things to say about Novel Aspect, but to be honest, in just trying to get set up on a trial, I have had less than a positive experience with the customer support just in getting set up.

Cloud Aspects so far seems to be very responsive and helpful and the product itself seems to run very well with no need to subscribe to Office hosting to export to Excel on their servers.

Right Networks does not permit trial use of their service and requires a $100 setup fee in addition to $55/month for the service, but it was highly recommended to me.

Does anyone have any thoughts on either of these services? Experiences, positive/negative will be very helpful.

Thanks in advance!

SteveJones 09-23-2011 05:27 PM

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Kacee 03-06-2012 03:26 PM

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zengrifter 03-25-2012 07:29 AM

[QUOTE=david_morris;117116]Hello, I have been looking at many different companies for Quickbooks hosting and I am having a rather difficult time figuring out what the advantage is to having my Quickbooks hosted with a third party such as Novelaspect versus intuit's Quickbooks online edition![/QUOTE]
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katya 07-30-2012 12:14 PM

fyi...
 
I am also a Novelaspect quickbooks user and just wanted to update that their link is actually here: [URL="http://www.novelaspect.com/hosted-applications/quickbooks-hosting/"]QuickBooks Hosting[/URL] in case any of you can't find it. They probably redirect their URLs, but just an fyi in case they don't. I've heard that some of the other hosting companies are based in India, but Novelaspect is completely US-based.

zengrifter 07-30-2012 02:10 PM

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Also, Cloud9 is the highest industry rated, voted best by more accountants -
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teachmeQB 08-15-2012 06:24 PM

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zengrifter 08-15-2012 06:40 PM

What might we say that we haven't already?
Cloud9 rocks! Leaves InsynQ and the others in the dust.
[QUOTE=zengrifter;145758]NovelAspect is over-rated and requires an intermediary download. The Cloud9 solution requires NO download and install, its seamless. Also 100% US-based.

Also, Cloud9 is the highest industry rated, voted best by more accountants -
[URL="http://blog.cloud9realtime.com/cloud9-nabs-top-accounting-host-award/"]http://blog.cloud9realtime.com/cloud9-nabs-top-accounting-host-award/ [/URL][/QUOTE]

QB Bookkeeper 11-28-2012 02:10 PM

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