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Demand for QuickBooks Repair Slows as Customers Migrate to QuickBooks Online

30 August 2014 E-Tech a spots slowing trend of accounting software fixes as businesses transition to developing online platforms hosts and cloud services.


Brandon, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/03/2014 -- As more new customers continue choosing QuickBooks Online over QuickBooks Desktop, there are many issues that used to be repairable that are now disappearing from the customers’ accounting software experience. It’s estimated that over 2 million Intuit customers are now using QuickBooks online anywhere and at anytime across a variety of devices.

The reason for the slowing trend is clear: Online experiences are better for users. By expanding the total addressable market, QuickBooks is now able to generate more predictable and recurring revenue streams. In addition, QuickBooks Online provides customers with:

Improved sharing of data between users. Now customers can create invoices and track sales anywhere.

Remove working: Now customers can work from home or on-the-go as they can access their Quickbooks on any device at any time.

Customers have a likelihood of data corruption issues online versus desktop security or lack thereof. Quickbooks Online is backed by industry-recognized security safeguards to keep all of their customers’ and company data protected 24/7.

Unlimited data storage through Quickbooks cloud service compared to desktops while organizing their finances in one secure place.

CIO of, John Rocha is feeling the impact stating, “We are seeing a single-digit percent decrease in QuickBooks Repairs this year for US and international version of QuickBooks. This includes QuickBooks UK and QuickBooks Canada. The biggest reason is more businesses are converting their desktop versions of QuickBooks to the cloud. Not only is converting to the cloud a good reason from a data backup and data corruption standpoint, but is also a good reason from a remote accessibility standpoint.”

About E-Tech
Founded in 2001, E-Tech is the leading file repair, data recovery, and data conversion services provider in the United States and Canada. The company works to stay up to date on the latest technology news, reviews, and more for their customers.

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