Many contractors with expensive high-end construction software are re-examining if QuickBooks for Contractors is all they really need and if switching over to it makes sense.
The first thing we ask is which of The Four Types of Contractors best describes your company?
Having used several high-end construction software programs costing over $60,000 and a few low-cost programs under $500 like QuickBooks and Peachtree, and some of the free online bookkeeping programs; I have arrived at the conclusion that for contractors with annual sales volume under $5,000,000 the only answer is QuickBooks For Contractors. For an in-depth comparison of QuickBooks versions, click here.
We started using QuickBooks when it was first released in DOS version in the early 1990s and had been raving fans of it ever since. It's had problems and growing pains; however, Intuit, the parent company of QuickBooks, is good about finding and fixing the issues as evidenced by the number of contractors using it compared to their competitors.