One of our furniture store clients is transitioning to the QuickBooks Point of Sale (QBPOS) multi-store system. Their business includes a retail store & a warehouse.
They have entered all of the inventory into the first location within QBPOS, which is the retail store. They are ready to enter inventory into the warehouse, the 2nd location. They need to update what’s been received & sold. The question she needs addressed is how do you open the 2nd location within QuickBooks?
To turn on the second location, go into File menu and choose Company Preferences.
Then choose Multi store and increase the locations to 2.
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You work with the inventory from the headquarter computer which frees you from having to drive to the other location.
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Today, Intuit is releasing a press release (see below) announcing a strategic partnership with Revel to launch a new online iPad point-of-sale solution that works seamlessly within the QuickBooks ecosystem. QuickBooks Point of Sale powered by Revel Systems will be available in February 2015.
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Will English was invited back to teach at the annual Sleeter Group's Accounting Solutions Conference.
When our colleage presented Will with the opportunity this year, he stated "Your knowledge of a higher level POS system would be great to add to the panel, let alone your knowledge of the POS landscape." We appreciate the offer for Will to share his expertise with the attendees so they can glean nuggets of valuable information to put into practice at their businesses.
This year's conference included four, information-packed days, including pre-conference workshops with deep-dive training sessions on several solutions. The Expo Hall with over 90 exhibitors is a one-stop shopping experience that allows you to meet technology vendors face-to-face and get an in-depth look at their solutions. This annual event is attended by hundreds of accountants, bookkeepers,…
With the holiday season around the corner, we would like to share some helpful tips & our holiday calendar.
In preparation for the holidays:
At EMS, we offer onsite & remote training so you can be confident that your staff knows how to manage the various transactions & QB functions correctly. You don't want to lose business due to untrained or improperly trained employees.Gift cards: You can process gift card…
Intuit QuickBooks is hosting a first-of-its-kind event this week which provides QuickBooks users, ProAdvisors and Resellers the opportunity to learn from small business experts, successful entrepreneurs and social media leaders as they make connections needed to succeed.
As one of the top 30 Intuit Premier Resellers in the country, we are excited to go to this annual reseller conference that is being held concurrently with QB Connect. We will receive additional training on all of the products that we offer as well as the chance to give direct feedback to Intuit’s upper product development management. Also, after the conference, Will English is planning on attending the general sessions on Wednesday as well as a post conference half day event. We will provide a post-conference update so check back next week!
As an authorized Intuit Premier Reseller, we work with a remarkable team of professionals at Intuit, Inc. I had the pleasure of recently visiting the Intuit customer contact office in Tucson, AZ.
The tour of the offices and facilities, meeting managers and staff, and experiencing first-hand the inner workings of the departments provided me the benefit of face-to-face interactions and witnessing them living out the company values. And since the Intuit support representatives refer customers to Resellers for local assistance, it benefited them to meet a Reseller. We learned from one another and shared some best practices.
We live in such a technologically advanced world that we can easily get lost in emailing and online databases. This can lead to a sense of disunity and forgetting that there is a live person on the other end assisting those customers. No matter what our methods of communication are, we must take time to step back and make those interpersonal…
In yesterday's post, we provided the first part of an article that explains 4 tips to help retailers help more customers, faster during the holidays. We hope you enjoyed learning the first 2 tips. Today we provide the final 2.
If available in your POS system (and most have this feature), implement Touchscreens. Why does this make a difference? Two factors: first, POS clerks learn faster and can process tickets more quickly on a Touchscreen. The days of a keyboard driven system that requires you to remember Alt+F2 as a command on a POS system should be long gone. Shorter training times and higher retention of information means more productive time in the store stocking the shelves and focusing on customer service. A touchscreen should also allow you to set up “buttons” for items in inventory that can’t be barcoded. Services and items sold in bulk (neither can be barcoded) are two examples of how a “button” can help speed up the customer’s experience.…
As a retailer, wouldn't you like to help more customers, faster during the holidays? Well, we have 4 tips to help you out. Today's post includes the first 2 and tomorrow's post will include the final 2 tips.
News flash!! Americans are impatient!!! We don’t want to wait 30 seconds for our computers to boot up or take 5 minutes to get out of our cars to get our Big Macs. We want everything fast and that includes checking out at our favorite retail establishments. So how do you make that need for speed work in your favor as you gear up for the busy shopping season?
The #1 recommendation is barcoding your inventory. Any and everything that can hold a barcode label should have one. When your customers come to check out, the POS clerk should be able to scan the barcodes, take their payment, package their purchases, and help the next customer. Barcoding your inventory has an important second win (some would say first): Barcoding not…
As you know, Will is a member of a QuickBooks forum where member’s posts issues and questions. The colleagues provide information and solutions to help the consultant properly support their client. They explore and share ideas and advice.
Question from a colleague to the group: Client has spun off another wholesale company and would like to keep it completely separate from their existing retail store. Are there any problems with creating another company file in POS and having it synchronize with another QB Financial database?
Colleague: QuickBooks Point of Sale (POS) works a little differently than QuickBooks Financial Desktop (QBF). The POS database cannot be renamed like the Desktop *.qbw files. They are all called qbpos.db so the way they are differentiated is that each database is created and put into folders using your Company Name using the default installation directory. So the [company one] folder will contain its qbpos.db…