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Hope I'm not starting too early with this but I notice Quickbooks and Peachtree are starting to release their 2010 products.

I was wondering has anyone begun to compare or considering upgrading to the 2010 products?

I'm with a company still running Peachtree 2005, wondering if it's worth upgrading to 2010, OR would it be a bigger benefit to transition to Quickbooks?

Thanks for any input
 

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I'll probably stick with Peachtree for the time being. Haven't been "forced" to upgrade but since 2005 I see some nice features in the new version that would definitely make working in the application a more pleasant experience.

I was wondering if there is a way to allow our accountant remote access to our software or automatically email select reports/screenshots from within the application?
 

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One thing to keep in mind is that Quickbooks practically FORCES you to upgrade every three years. I recently installed 2009 edition, and there is no major improvement to me over the first version I bought in 2003.
yeah being forced to upgrade is a bummer:mad:
 

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One thing to consider is that I just put windows 7 on my computer and QB 2008 does not use its e-mail function properly (it is an issue with QB's pdf converion). I will either need to run it through Vista or XP on Windows Virtual Machine or upgrade I am afraid. Also, once you try to send an e-mail and it fails, you need to restart QB to even print to a regular printer.
 
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