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  • MultiValue and QuickBooks, Part 1: Importing with IIF files

    Speaking of money, one function that is a part of every business is keeping track of it. Many MultiValue accounting packages are getting a bit long in the tooth and lack the GUI interface modern users demand, a direct interface to the bank for ease of use, or other features that are considered to be mandatory by anyone who has used a modern accounting application. One approach some companies are taking is to replace it with an off-the-shelf commodity accounting package and sharing data between it and the MultiValue system running the core business functions.

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  • MultiValue and QuickBooks, Part 2: Exporting to MultiValue

    Many MultiValue accounting packages lack the GUI interface modern users demand or other features that are considered to be mandatory by anyone who has used a modern accounting application. One option is to replace it with an off-the-shelf commodity accounting package and share data between it and the MultiValue system running the core business functions. Part 1 dealt with getting data from MultiValue to QB. Now we go in the other direction.

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