Brandon, MB -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/13/2019 -- "The biggest and most significant difference between Xero and QuickBooks Online is that Xero has quite a bit of catching up to do when it comes to some of QuickBooks Online's functionalities, "QuickBooks Repair Pro's John Rocha, said.
He added that these come mainly in the areas of mobile functionality, ease of use and reporting. While the competition is still tough, QuickBooks undoubtedly flaunts reliability and strong market penetration.
Xero and QuickBooks Online are not much different when it comes to feature sets. Both platforms present reliable features for processing invoices and quotes, managing inventory, sending purchase orders and managing bills and expenses. Xero's user-friendly approach makes it ideal for small and medium-sized businesses. However, for more intricate features like full stock management or control, Xero may have to be integrated with other tools.
When it comes to pricing, Both Xero and QuickBooks Online offer monthly subscription monthly pricing. Xero Early starts at $9 a month, Xero Growing at $30 a month and Xero Established at $60 a month. QuickBooks Online Simple Start starts at $20 a month, QuickBooks Online Essentials at $40 a month and QuickBooks Online Plus at $70 a month.
QuickBooks Online also has an edge when it comes to inventory management functionality, and is extremely easy to connect your bank account.
Having set a strong foundation, it's almost undeniable that QuickBooks Online is a four-leaf clover when it comes to businesses. QuickBooks Online has been rated 4 out of 5 on Capterra by 2808 users, while Xero has an average of 4.5 from 1570 users. "QuickBooks Online has been around longer than Xero and is loved by the vast majority of accountants - especially in the U.S. market, which QuickBooks has dominated," Rocha said.
Further, QuickBooks claims 98% of their customers are satisfied with being able to run their business with QuickBooks.
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