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Old 12th March 2012, 11:58 AM   #2
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That would depend on what kind of business you have, the size of your company and what specific features you need. "Accounting software" covers a lot of territory.

For instance, if you have employees, you might need accounting software that either includes payroll capabilities or that integrates easily with your existing payroll service provider or software. If you're a sole proprietor, not so much.

If your business is project-oriented, you might want job costing functionality. But if you're retailing physical products you purchase ready-made from elsewhere (or even drop-shipping), then job costing wouldn't do you much good.

If you can give us a better idea of what, specifically, you need, we might be able to give you some intelligent recommendations.

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