Accounting software that can be used by organizations for their growth and accounting purposes is named quickbooks. The marketing and development of package of the software is being done by a firm named Intuit. Firms facing any kind of accounting issues can call up on the quickbooks technical support phone number 1-800-305-6166 (toll free) which is toll free and get the support needed.
History of the software and the quickbooks help desk phone number
The foundation of Intuit was made in the year 1983 in California by Tom Proulx and Scott Cook. Initially they had made software named Quicken that did not have the option of double-entry in their accounting package. Moreover this software was for managing the finances of individuals. Thus Intuit developed quickbooks for owners of small scale businesses and simultaneously the quickbooks enterprise tech support phone number was also developed.
Development of quickbooks
There have been subsequent developments in the quickbooks software over the years. Major such developments are as follows –
• Initially the quickbooks software had a DOS version and had the quicken software’s codebase. Then the Mac and Windows versions were also developed which had a separate codebase.
• The software started being used by small scale business owners and gradually captured almost eighty five percent of the market of small business.
• The software was not supported by professional accounting people due to many of the loopholes that it had like the problems with security, absence of trail of audits etc.
• Gradually this problem was solved because quickbooks software was added with complete trail in audits and double-entry mechanism.
• By the year 2000, two more versions of quickbooks software were developed namely the Pro and Basic version.
• In the year 2016, Intuit came up with the Quickbooks 2017 version that had several automated functions.
All in all, the several developments have made the quickbooks help desk phone number a choice of not only small industries but an important option for the big firms as well.