Which is Better?
Deciding between two accounting software companies can be both difficult and time consuming. There’s so many features, different packages, and price points to consider and you may be completely new to all of this, or new to the business aspect.
To make the process easier for you, my team and I spend tons of research-hours putting together comparison articles designed to highlight key distinctions between popular brands in the industry and help you choose which one is ideal.
In this Kashoo vs. QuickBooks review, we’ll go over important similarities and differences, pricing, features and packages, and customer feedback to give you a well-rounded view. So without further adieu, let’s get started!
Along with powerhouse core features like time tracking tools and a large variety of reports, balance sheets, annual summaries, etc., these two companies share a number of other fantastic features. Here’s a short list:
One of my personal favorites is the customizable invoices. Instead of them being cookie-cutter, or branded with either Kashoo or QuickBooks, you can add your own name or business details and make their template yours. Once you do that you can send them out with a click.
Now let’s take a quick look at the key areas where Kashoo and QuickBooks diverge. Because after all, it’s their differences that matter most.
QuickBooks and Kashoo present you with two different types of subscription packages. Kashoo offers a single complete package with all the bells and whistles, while QuickBooks offers four packages for additional flexibility and scalability. Here’s a quick visual breakdown:
In addition to overall pricing, this is the short list of important packaging details I think you should keep in mind:
Customer feedback is important, we all understand that, and why. So we’ve searched and scoured the net to bring you some of the most recent reviews for both companies. We’ll start with Kashoo.
According to Capterra, currently Kashoo earns a 5 out of 5 stars from their 49 reviewers. This rating is based off of four components: Ease of Use, Customer Support, Functionality and Overall Value.
Most reviewers think Kashoo’s software offers a lot of promising features. The simplicity is appreciated and their commitment to constantly improving their features is commendable.
QuickBooks is on the other end of the spectrum, so to speak. While Kashoo is relatively new to the industry, QuickBooks has been in the game for decades. Because of this, they’ve gathered over 292 reviews on TrustRadius earning them a 7.5 out of 10. Here’s the summary to showcase the software’s strengths and weaknesses.
Looking at their rating summary, customers are extremely likely to renew their subscription, and they really love the customer support and usability that QuickBooks provides.
At the end of the day, while we think QuickBooks and Kashoo both have quite a bit to offer, we’d have to put our vote behind QuickBooks in most cases. They’ve had decades of experience in the industry and offer a number of complex accounting solutions Kashoo doesn’t yet. If you’d like to learn more about QuickBooks, click the link below to be taken directly to their website. Cheers!
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