QuickBooks users get advanced inventory features with All Orders by NumberCruncher

QuickBooks is the #1 financial system but its inventory module lacks the features, reports and general usability required for real inventory management.   Even its "advanced inventory" add on, available only in the Enterprise version, may not do the trick.     All Orders is a QuickBooks addon for advanced inventory and order management.  


Real advanced features

Compare QuickBooks to All Orders and you will see the advanced features you will get with All Order, including modules for customer logins and sales force automation as well as barcode scanning in your warehouse.   

For companies that need to track lots, batches or serial number they will find QuickBooks lot and serial numbers is extremenly limited.

2 way synchronization of lists

When you first create an All Orders data file all the existing customers, items and vendors as well as the profiles lists like terms and shipping methods will be uploaded into All Orders from QuickBooks.  Thereafter there is a 2 way synchronization between All Orders and QuickBooks.   In other words you can add, edit to delete list records in either program and they will synchronized.

Transactions are recorded in QuickBooks

Since inventory and order management are so closely related, sales orders, purchase orders and work orders are initiated within All Orders.   Only posting transactions are recorded in QuickBooks namely invoices,  bills,  credit memos, debit memos and inventory adjustments.    The following diagram shows the flow of transaction information between All Orders and QuickBooks.

Make the most of the advanced inventory taking capabilities of ‘All Orders’. It works in tandem with QuickBooks, the #1 financial systems, giving it more sophisticated features, reports and general usability that is necessary for some heavy-duty, real inventory management. Learn more about the QuickBooks advanced inventory solutions here.