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3 responses to “Zoho Rounds Out Small Business Suite with Accounting App–Zoho Books”

  1. DaveM

    I like zoho invoice, but so far not impressed with Books.

    When I say so far, I haven’t even been to the site yet.

    But that price is too high – I can do QB Online for not much more. I am currently using QB and zoho invoice – so the work associated with setting zoho Books – a first release version – is too much. I agree a smorgasboard price is also more appropriate now as zoho’s key strength is product range. The price is just to close to QB Online to bother with now.

  2. Marv

    Nice review, but the price is not going to attract many away from Quickbooks or their current software. Zoho will need to offer a free single seat version or drastically reduce the price to get anyone to take the leap.

  3. Stefan Sjoglimt

    Nice review. There are always pros and cons to everything. Of course, it might be a big step to make, but then you have to realize what you gain by doing it.
    People who like Quickbooks will stay and the ones who feel they like Zoho more and want to be able to use more of their modules will probably move over.