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Many business owners consider a QuickBooks to be a necessary evil. They don't realize other options exist.
Zoho is much more than an accounting system. It's really an "operating system" for business.
Zoho One includes more than 40 enterprise-level applications to grow sales, market your business, do your accounting, communicate with teammates and customers, and much more. The standard plan includes web, mobile, and installed versions of applications. It's incredibly customizable at one low price ($75/month for a single license for a solopreneur or $30/month for each employee).
I often joke that Zoho is like the IKEA of business software. Both are very affordable and even cool. Unfortunately, the assembly instructions are not very user-friendly at times. Some patience may be required.
If you can muster the patience, I can't think of a better platform for creating a scalable business on all fronts, though.
My business has been operating on Zoho Books, Expense, Subscriptions, and Projects for a couple years now. We also use Zoho CRM for managing client accounts, including automatic creation and electronic signing of engagement letters.
Next year, we're planning to use Zoho Desk (so customers can submit help desk tickets to our support team), kick-off a new website on Zoho Sites that includes a chat bot through Zoho IQ, and even send out period newsletters through Zoho Campaigns.
QuickBooks? Can't touch this.