Brandon, MB -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/14/2019 -- There is a limit as to how much information can be stored within a QuickBooks company file. According to Intuit, a company file cannot exceed 150MB for Pro or Premiere and 1 GB for Enterprise.
QuickBooks Premier and Pro have a hard limit of 14,500 names in the data file. A name is defined as a customer, vendor, account, employee or item.
"Over time, data within your QuickBooks company file can become so massive that it can spin out of control. You may find that your lists are quickly hitting the maximum limit that QuickBooks will allow, sometimes forcing you to upgrade to the costlier QuickBooks Enterprise," John Rocha, Technical Services Manager of E-Tech said. "This can result in unrecoverable data loss within the company file," he added.
E-Tech is a leading QuickBooks consultancy service provider in North America.
Tell-tale signs of impeding dangers are reports taking up to 30 - 40 seconds to run, item list has reached 14,500 entries, QuickBooks Database fragment is between 15 – 19 which is critical or 20 and above which is severe.
Condensing or SuperCondensing a file will not only bring down the size of a data file but also remove any unused lists from the file. E-Tech offers a turnkey service to reduce the list size based on specified criteria.
E-Tech's List Reduction Services enables you to regain control over your data, and get back the important insights you need to make good business decisions. Pruning out data specific to your customers, vendors or items to harness your QuickBooks data, so it works for your business — instead of against it.
Visit https://e-tech.ca/Quickbooks-List-Reduction-Service.aspx for more information.
Founded in 2001, E-Tech is a 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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