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Alternative - Quickbooks & InfusionSoft? 

Hello everyone,

I'm new to this forum and business analysis. My team and I are working on several projects and we've been having issues using quickbooks & InfusionSoft for our company operations (financial management, sales management, intelligence analysis etc). Aside integrating these two software, is there any other software, that you might be familiar with, that can entirely do the work of both software for a mid size company? (Quickbooks & InfusionSoft seem to have worked for us when we were a relatively small sized company but not as we would it like it to now that the company is grown?)

I would be glad to hear your thoughts

PS: Once again, I'm new to this forum and I'm sorry if my question might not be a pure business analysis-related question or if the question may have not been consistent to the rules of the forum. 

 

 

 

 
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