Author Archive: Bonnie Nagayama

Bonnie J Nagayama, CPA has been focused on supporting other professionals and their QuickBooks® Accounting Software clients with practical solutions for financial and day-to-day operational issues since 1992. Her Controller background and CPA experience are a perfect blend to bridge the gap between what the client wants and what the Accountant needs. She understands both sides and can effectively use QuickBooks to provide a solution that works for each party which often includes QuickBooks and integrated applications. Bonnie has been a member of the QuickBooks Professional Advisor Program and an Intuit Solutions Provider since each program began, as well as a member of the Intuit Trainers & Writers Network. She has worked with the Sleeter Group since 1995 and has actively participated in the Awesome Add-On process for the last several years. For QuickBooks tips and tricks, visit her website at http://www.accountingsoftwaresecrets.com and blog at http://www.accountingsoftwaresecrets.com/blog/

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Intuit App Center Changes and How They Affect You

In the interest of providing important information to Consultants for the purpose of better client support, here are some changes that are effective immediately for developers of Intuit App Center products. These changes affect the developer, the consumer, and the consultant. Keep in mind that Intuit App Center products are web based applications that require […]

August 23, 2012 | By | 4 Replies More

Evaluating QuickBooks Integration Applications

As a consultant, you quickly realize that while QuickBooks is a robust accounting solution, it is packaged software and there are many different reasons why it may not be quite enough to meet the client’s needs. Intuit realized that they could have more, happy customers if they could leverage the resources of developers to fill […]

May 21, 2012 | By | 9 Replies More

Expanding Your Business with QuickBooks Integrated Applications

It seems like with all the features that QuickBooks includes, there are still gaps in functionality for some industries and specific businesses. As a QuickBooks Consultant, how do we address these issues? Sometimes it is by using a work around in QuickBooks alone, but what about when that is not enough? That is when an […]

March 21, 2012 | By | 3 Replies More