Anyone looked at Microsoft's Office Accounting Pro?
Has anyone tried using Microsoft Office Accounting 2007 (or its predecessor Small Business Accounting) with Outlook and Business Contact Manager? The combination has a lot of potential if I can figure out the linkage.
We had been looking at the combination of Thoughtful Solution's Scheduling Manager and QuickBooks Pro 2007, but so far Scheduling Manager is way to limited and poorly designed. It's ability to communicate with QuickBooks is a real joke.
How are you all handling scheduling for multiple service providers. In our case it's home cleaning.
Sure would like to hear what's working for you.