Is QuickBooks Desktop Dying?

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Desktop is just safer!

With all the issues we have with privacy in our business, I, for one, would not use QBO given the choice. I would just as soon post my social security number, DOB and address on Facebook. I like the security of keeping a client's entire financial history nice and private on a closed network. Besides, even with all the functionalities added to QBO, QBD is still much more user friendly.

Lisa Robbins more than 1 year ago

QB Dying?

I hear Intuit when they say QB for Desktop is dying, but their actions seem contrary in some big ways. For example, their push to get people on QBO is extraordinarily strong without the feature richness of the desktop versions. Plus, they are creating new major functionalities just for QBO and not the desktop. If they were really committed to keeping the desktop products I don't think there would be such shutting out of the desktop product of new QBO type of features. Finally, when QBO exceeds user base of QBD, then I bet the story will change drastically. For example, from public statements, right now it's 1mm QBO, and 4mm QBES.

David Gutierrez more than 1 year ago

If this top is not declining why is there nothing at QB connect 2015 for Quickbooks to stop and maybe if you made that does the UBO as good as the desktop more people would use it

If this top is not declining why is there nothing at QB connect 2015 for Quickbooks to stop and maybe if you made that does the QBO as good as the desktop more people would use it

Howard Schoenfeld more than 1 year ago

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