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Haley Lawn Care

LawnSite Member
Location
NC
I use version 2002 and it works good. You can e-mail invoices to your customers.

David :)
 

Team Gopher

LawnSite Platinum Member
Location
-
Hi Aperfectlawn,

If you need it to get your invoices out, the basic version should work fine.
 

LawnScapers of Dayton

LawnSite Silver Member
Location
Dayton, OH
I just bought Basic at Sam's.....it will be more than enough for me....

Derek
 

DanaMac

LawnSite Fanatic
I just updated from QB 2001 to QB 2004 Pro. Research it online as to where you buy it. I paid $236 plus get a $100 rebate. Directly through QB it is $299, or $199 if you get just the upgrade. But I don't think the rebate applies for the upgrade. I also just bought QB Customer Manager which integrates with Microsoft Outlook for scheduling. Through QB it is $79.99. At CompUSA it is $29.99 through this Saturday.
 

Haley Lawn Care

LawnSite Member
Location
NC
Originally posted by DanaMac
I just updated from QB 2001 to QB 2004 Pro. Research it online as to where you buy it. I paid $236 plus get a $100 rebate. Directly through QB it is $299, or $199 if you get just the upgrade. But I don't think the rebate applies for the upgrade. I also just bought QB Customer Manager which integrates with Microsoft Outlook for scheduling. Through QB it is $79.99. At CompUSA it is $29.99 through this Saturday.
Does the customer manager software work for rescheduling jobs like weekly mowing? Or fertilizer treatments?

David :)
 

tiedeman

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
earth
the only word of advice with getting Basic is the fact that some other software might not be able to intergret with it. You must have Pro or higher.
 
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