Remember watching TV when you were a kid? In the evenings, a public service announcement would come on, saying, “It’s 10:00 o’clock. Do you know where your children are?”

Well, on many a Friday night – late at night! – our team is busy working on QuickBooks data. It’s not because we are insomniacs. No, the motivation is to turn around data jobs as quickly as we can. It’s good for our clients to be up and running in QuickBooks again no later than the dawn’s early light of Monday morning.

We repaired some QuickBooks data last weekend for a gentleman named Larry Seltzer. I didn’t know at the time that he is a writer for many tech pubs and a contributing editor for PC Magazine. We got his data at 5:00 pm on a Friday afternoon, and returned his repaired file to him on Saturday. Then he wrote about his experience with us. I’m glad he was pleased with the results.

Our team is happy to work our tails off to minimize your QuickBooks downtime, whether it’s related to data recovery, supercondensing, edition downgrading, or recreating your QuickBooks file. It’s about your schedule, not ours.

Do you often burn the midnight oil to take care of your customers? (Now that it’s tax season, I’ll bet some of you CPAs are in that mode right now…)

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4 thoughts on “2 a.m. Friday Night? We’re Working

  1. I am so happy to receive this information. Sometimes Quickbooks is somewhat overwhelming as to the amount of information available. The problem that I have had in the past, is using the Invoice/Statement system. It seems really convoluted to me and I have been unable to use it efficiently. Is there a “very simplistic” tutorial for using this program?

    Thank you so much.
    Sandra Cast

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  2. I have just taken over the financial work for the nonprofit for whom I have done the communication and public relations work. As you probably know, marketing and finance are 180 degrees apart so using QuickBooks is not all that easy. Even though I have taught computers and software in my previous life as a high school teacher, this is a tough assignment. I will continue to work on the challenge.

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