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Many business owners think that QuickBooks Hosting and QuickBooks Online are the same software solutions. However, that’s not true…
Intuit offers QuickBooks on the cloud in two basic configurations: i) QuickBooks Hosting and ii) QuickBooks Online. Learn the difference between QuickBooks Online vs. QuickBooks Hosting below.
QuickBooks Hosting is essentially the QuickBooks software (desktop version) installed on the cloud. The cloud server is owned and managed by an authorized third-party service provider. The end users can have their own licensed copies of the QuickBooks software hosted on the hosting company’s remote server, or they can lease the license from the hosting company and then have QuickBooks hosted online on the cloud. QuickBooks Hosting allows hosting companies to offer any edition of the QuickBooks software on the cloud – Pro, Enterprise, Premier, POS, or Accountant. Once installed on the remote server, the end user can access their QuickBooks software, data, and file from anywhere, anytime, by simply clicking on the icon on their desktop.
QuickBooks Online, on the other hand, is an entirely different version of the QuickBooks software, exclusively developed for the cloud environment. It comes in different plans and can be purchased for a flat monthly fee. The basic plan offers access to 1 user, while the higher plans accommodate up to 5 users. While convenient to access and use, QuickBooks Online lacks many features and functionalities that you get with QuickBooks desktop hosting software and, ultimately, with QuickBooks Hosting. For example, in QuickBooks Online, you cannot track international sales and expenses in multiple currencies, while in QuickBooks Hosting, you can. Likewise, the payroll function in QuickBooks online is only available through an add-on and does not come as a part of its main offering. Despite these shortcomings and limitations, QuickBooks Online remains a popular option among the business community but less so than QuickBooks Hosting.
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