Intuit recently announced that more than 6,000 small businesses and midsized companies have switched to its QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions from more complex solutions.These customers are part of the 38,000 who have already selected the software to help run their businesses.

Intuit said that the change is being driven by businesses who want to transition their business data to an updated solution to take advantage of new technologies, meet customer and vendor needs, or guard against a system crash. Many of those same businesses don’t want to deal with complex interfaces or the high cost of conventional ERP systems.

New for 2007, Enterprise Solutions 7.0 gives users the capability to add more than 100,000 inventory items, customers and vendors -- an increase of more than 400 percent over previous versions. The latest version also includes reporting and inventory management tools, and gives customers several choices over the number of concurrent users allowed on the system. The software starts as low as $3,000.

More information for firms looking to switch their systems, or upgrade from a small business accounting package, can be found at

Intuit also announced that it will hold its annual QuickBooks Enterprise User Conference from June 12 to 14 in San Diego and that registration is now open. Details are available at

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