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A Quick Guide To The 6 Industry-Specific Editions Of QuickBooks Enterprise

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Chelsea Krause

Chelsea Krause

Managing Editor - Accounting
Chelsea Krause is a writer who has specialized in accounting for over three years and is a QuickBooks Certified User. She has a BA in English & Creative Writing from George Fox University and studied at the University of Oxford as well. She has been quoted in Forbes and her work appears in Startup Nation, Small Business Bonfire, and Women on Business.
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    Not a review, but a question. Say a small company has, for example, a sales division and a manufacturing division; or retail and wholesale sales divisions. In ordinary Quickbooks Pro, they might forgo the Premier customizations and have two separate Quickbooks files to keep the divisions separate. In Premiere, could they run Quickbooks, still with two different company files, but with each company customized according to its industry?

      Dakota Fillet

      Hi Alphonse, In theory, it is possible but it is probably better to use classes to create two separate departments within one company file. This way, you can still manage every aspect of your company in one spot while having the capability to run reports via department.

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