Some say “Once in Enterprise, always in Enterprise”. But that’s not so! We convert Enterprise files to Pro or Premier all the time. What do our client/users say?

“We were using a hosted version of Enterprise 15 and decided to go back to 2015 Premier desk top. We sent our file on Friday morning and received the converted file back on the following Monday. The file loaded into 2015 Premier with no issues and all information looks complete and correct. QuickbookUsers.com has a simple and effective process. We are thrilled with the results.” — Jim Work, TCB Interiors LLC

 

“Fast and reliable service!” — Julie Bedard, Vie Luxe International

 

“The conversion from Enterprise to Pro went perfectly. I couldn’t be happier with the service!” — Bruce Coates, Cottages By The Sea

 

“Quick, easy, accurate!” — Denise Doak, The Laurel Group

 

“Quickly converted our data and very simple! Thank you!” — John Burghardt, Bizcompass

 

“Service exactly as described with excellent support after the conversion!” — Tim Kessler, CDLM Technology Services

 

“This is the third time we’ve used you for our clients and you’ve done a stellar job each time. I’ve referred you to others in the National Advisor Network (now Woodard Network).” — Jeff Cecchini, QBPros, Inc.

Learn more about our QuickBooks Enterprise Downgrade Service.

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Thinking about moving from QuickBooks desktop editions (Enterprise, Premier, Pro, Accountant, Mac) to QuickBooks Online? How does the data move from the one to the other?

QuickBooks has changed the process recently of getting data from your desktop file into QuickBooks Online. These days, you export your data from your desktop version with the help of a command in the Company menu, and you are then presented with the QuickBooks Online log in screen to import that data.

Here are guides (with screenshots) provided by Intuit for migrating from different desktop editions to Online:

QuickBooks Desktop

QuickBooks Enterprise

QuickBooks Mac

That gets your data into the Online system. You might encounter some issues getting your Online data connected correctly to other online services. Ed Lieber discusses this issue here.

How about coming back the other way? That’s another story, perhaps for another article.

Did you migrate from QuickBooks Desktop to Online? How did it go?

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