The short answer: Yes. Here’s what people say who have had their file converted recently.

We converted from Enterprise to Pro a month ago & the file is working great. I don’t think that the conversion could have been more seamless. Thanks!” — Daniel Moss, Olympus Packaging LLC

I really appreciate how fast and easy you made the transition from Enterprise to Pro for me. Thank You!” — Peter Garza, Scantech Utility Detection Service, Inc.

Thank you very much! Just had our bookkeeper compare the data this morning, and she said everything matches and transferred well as far as she could see. Great job and done in a timely manner!” — Raj Phangureh

There are only two scenarios that prevent a file from being converted from Enterprise to Pro or Premier: 1) If the file has more than 14,500 names in it (press F2 in QuickBooks to see how many names your file has) or 2) If your version of Enterprise is higher/later than the version of Pro or Premier you want to convert to. In other words, we cannot convert an Enterprise 13 file to Pro 2012.

Otherwise, your Enterprise file should be convertible. For details and service ordering information, see this page.

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Sometimes folks find themselves in a place they don’t want to be. Using QuickBooks Enterprise, for instance.

We have talked to people with these scenarios:

* They were given a free copy of Enterprise a year ago, and have entered lots of data. But now they need to pay for support, and the Enterprise support is more than they want to pay.

* They were using Pro or Premier. Then they outsourced their bookkeeping for awhile and their outside bookkeeper converted their file from Pro or Premier to Enterprise. Now they are taking the books back in-house, but don’t own an Enterprise license.

* They were sold Enterprise. But they don’t really need the extra horsepower that Enterprise provides. Their operation would be just as well handled by Pro or Premier.

In situations like these, people sometimes feel stuck. You can upgrade a company data file from Pro or Premier to Enterprise within QuickBooks, but you can’t go back. Well, not within QuickBooks anyway.

But in actuality, you can downgrade your edition. Your company data file can be downgraded from Enterprise to Pro or Premier.

How does it work? You send your existing Enterprise file to us over a secure internet connection. We convert the file from Enterprise to the edition of your choice: Pro or Premier. We send you the converted file back to you over the same secure internet connection.

You can restore the file in your edition of Pro or Premier and all the information will be there. It will be as if that file had been created in Pro or Premier in the first place. All your user data, memorized reports and transactions, customer, vendor, payroll detail and all the rest will be in place.

This can save thousands of dollars in incremental support costs every year.

Alternatively, you can create a new company in Pro or Premier, and then export data from Enterprise and import it into Pro or Premier. You can use the export/import tools from within QuickBooks to do bring over lists, or 3rd party export/import tools to bring over some transactions too.

Getting your file downgraded, however, is the turnkey approach.

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Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! Your service saved me money and so much time.

We’re a very small business that was sold Enterprise by an unscrupulous bookkeeping firm, and the timing couldn’t have been worse when QuickBooks informed me that I needed to upgrade my Enterprise to continue to receive payroll updates.

I didn’t realize that meant payroll would cease to calculate.

With the downturn in the economy I simply didn’t have the money to pay for the upgrade, but without it I would have had to manually process payroll, opening us up to costly errors.

I could purchase a lesser grade of QuickBooks and be back to doing payroll but I would have to either toggle between the two QuickBooks files to view historical data or manually re-enter historical data into the new file — but where does a small business owner find time to do that?

Someone tried to deter me from using a service like yours by telling me data would be lost, but that wasn’t the case at all. The downloading of my file was extremely easy and the converted data quickly uploaded back into QuickBooks Pro without loss of any data.

In a very short amount of time with a relatively small amount of money and time, we’re now able to process payroll without having to start a new file and I have my historical data.”

~ Celeste F., Washington

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