Differences Between Certifications in Quickbooks: Who are you trusting with your books?

The Differences Between Certifications in QuickBooks

Why do you need a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor? Is this someone you can trust when you are starting your own business?

Many of these questions are asked everyday and as a small business, QB Doc understands your frustration. However, we can provide accurate information on who you need to trust when it comes to working with QuickBooks software. The information below gives you the general idea about the differences between the following: ProAdvisor, Certified ProAdvisor, Certified ProAdvisor Point of Sale, Certified ProAdvisor Enterprise, Advanced Certified ProAdvisor, and Intuit Solution Provider.

ProAdvisor: Generally, a bookkeeping or accounting professional who has signed up for Intuit’s ProAdvisor program and paid an annual fee. ProAdvisors are not listed on Intuit’s “Find a ProAdvisor” website and have not necessarily received any training or passed any certification.

 Certified ProAdvisor: an individual who has passed the certification exam with a 85% or higher. Certified ProAdvisors are listed in the “Find a ProAdvisor” database and are permitted to use the Certified ProAdvisor logo.

Certified ProAdvisor Point of Sale: To become a Certified QuickBooks POS ProAdvisor, you must first become a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor. A Certified QuickBooks POS ProAdvisor can: Help retailers run a more successful business using QuickBooks Point of Sale. They offer local QuickBooks POS installation, setup, and training help that many retailers need.

Certified ProAdvisor Enterprise: A Certified QuickBooks ES ProAdvisor, must first become a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor. A Certified QuickBooks ES ProAdvisor can: help clients optimize their business operations by supporting larger and growing businesses by offering QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions consulting, installation, setup, and training.

 Advanced Certified ProAdvisor: Advanced Certified ProAdvisors must demonstrate not only a high level of product knowledge, but advanced troubleshooting skills and the ability to handle complex scenarios and implementations. They must have at least three years of QuickBooks Certifications and must pass a rigorous testing process.

Intuit Solution Provider: An Intuit Solution Provider may or may not be a Certified ProAdvisor. Many ISP firms have one or more ProAdvisors on staff. Solution Providers offer sales and service for Intuit QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions and Intuit QuickBooks Point of Sale. Your local ISP is the best source from which to purchase your Enterprise software and Point of Sale software and hardware, as they have demonstrated advanced product knowledge and have specialized Intuit resources to support client needs.
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  1. There is only very important solution which is called Quality Consulting Group it shows its specialization in QuickBooks Point of Sale this works on implementation so we suggest you to use Quickbooks Point of Sale.


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