Nonprofitbooks - what do you think?


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Mike Webb

Using QB Pro 2003 for Non-Profits
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We need a better means to track grants. Knowing very little about QB, I am
confused on QB Premier 2004 for Non-Profits and the Nonprofitbooks software
http://www.nonprofitbooks.com/products_nonprofitbooks_features.aspx From
the Intuit website, I see that Premier should be able to track grants for
us, so what is the benefit to this other software? Anyone have some
experience they'd care to share?
 
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S.M. Serba

As someone wiser than me (and quicker with the reply button) answered in
your previous thread, use the Customers:Jobs function of QB to track your
grants as jobs. There would be no need, in my opinion, to upgrade at all
unless there is a reporting function or other feature you would actually
use.


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Stephanie Serba, AICIA
Partner, Durham Business Outsource
Accounting & Technology
smserba <at> dbo <dot> ca
www.dbo.ca
 
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