|A Complete Business Suite|
NetSuite supports all your accounting,
sales, and service, inventory,
fulfillment, and e-commerce
operations in one integrated
business management suite.
|QuickBooks is only focused on accounting when it comes to fulfilling customer orders, tracking sales opportunities, or manage customer service, you always need separate applications.|
|Netsuite makes more complex accounting|
|QuickBooks does not effectively support multi-site operations, trading abroad, additional subsidiaries, complex pricing, revenue recognition.|
|NetSuite can be accessed from anywhere.|
Just need a browser or a tablet or a smartphone.
|Most QuickBooks users choose the Desktop version|
|NetSuite automates key financial processes.||QuickBooks customers continue to enter the same data into multiple applications and use spreadsheets for accounting tasks.|
|NetSuite is built to integrate with any other applications.||QuickBooks does not provide a standards-based, open architecture for connectivity to partners and other business apps.|
|NetSuite provides business performance dashboards as standard, all accessible|
from a web browser so they’re securely
available from anywhere.
|QuickBooks gives you limited visibility into business performance.|
|NetSuite eliminates having to worry about backups, security, upgrades,|
performance and other typical IT issues
that slow down your business.
With QuickBooks, you always have to worry about IT issues and costs.
|NetSuite was built from the ground up to give small- and medium-sized|
businesses like the headroom you
need to grow your business.
|QuickBooks has limited functionality that will limit your business.|
|Multi-Language, Multi-Currency, Multiple Company & Locations.||QuickBooks is not available in a variety of languages, cannot handle foreign currency functions, and does not support local tax and accounting standards.|
|NetSuite provides advanced analytics and reporting in a single integrated tool.||Analytics is a critical weakness in QuickBooks. Customers are able to run basic financial reports but the information silo prevents users from truly evaluating and improving business performance.|