3 Great Resources: QQube, Scaling New Heights & Consultant’s Reference Guide

There are some tools and resources which I find valuable enough to share with you. I know many of you are really busy right now, but these 3 tools are something which you may find very helpful: QQube is an amazing new reporting tool, Scaling New Heights — a great conference for Intuit Advisors and The Sleeter Group’s Consultant’s Reference Guide.  

1. Amazing New Reporting Tool – QQube

Chuck Vigeant, nationally recognized expert on QuickBooks custom reporting and integration is the creator of an amazing new reporting tool QQube from Clearify. If you or your clients want custom reports from QuQQubeickBooks quick and easy, you really should check out QQube. I’m impressed with how easy it is to use — creating custom reports is so much easier and faster!

You can read my interview with Chuck about QQube here.  Charlie Russell wrote a great product review for QuickBooks and Beyond (The Sleeter Group’s blog). Plus, Chuck will present several free webinars to demonstrate QQube over the next few weeks.  You can see the schedule of webinars and register here.

2. Scaling New Heights Conference in May

I’m proud to be presenting again this year at Joe Woodard’s Scaling New Heights conference in Las Vegas on May 23-25. This is a great conference for Intuit Advisors which offers training in the following areas:

  • QuickBooks Core and Advanced Training
  • Intuit Academy with many Intuit Product Mangers presentingscaling new heights
  • Intuit Solutions Provider Certification and Sales Training
  • Reports — QQube, Crystal, QB & Excel, ISW and Xpanded Reports
  • QuickBooks Point of Sale mini-conference
  • Fishbowl Certification Training
  • ACCTivate! Workshop
  • Method Integration Level 1, 2 and Advanced
  • Business Development

You can learn more and register at Scaling New Heights and I would love to see you there! If there are several people attending, I bet Joe could find us a place to meet at the beginning of the conference. Please let me know and/or put my name down when you register.

3. Sleeter’s QuickBooks Consultant’s Reference Guide for 2011

The Sleeter Group’s 2011 “QuickBooks Consultant’s Reference Guide — How to Set up, Troubleshoot & Support QuickBooks and QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions” is now available. It is 580+ page book and a must-have reference for anyone working with QuickBooks. I have used it a lot throughout the years!

Here’s the Table of Contents:

  1. New Features of QuickBooks 2011Quickbooks Consultant's Reference Guide
  2. Special Setup Issues
  3. Things Accountants Must Know
  4. Tricky Transactions
  5. Troubleshooting QuickBooks Data Files
  6. Banking & Credit Cards
  7. Data File Management
  8. Versions and Conversions
  9. Networking QuickBooks
  10. Enterprise Solutions
  11. Special Payroll Topics
  12. Sales Tax
  13. Reports and Graphs
  14. QuickBooks Add-ons
  15. Adjustments and Year-End Procedures

You can learn more about it and purchase it here. Or, you can get it free if you join The Sleeter Group which is only $295 /year and offers many benefits. You can learn more about it or sign up for a free trial membership here. If you join, please put down my name as a referral!

Print Friendly

About Michelle Long

Michelle L. Long, CPA is the owner of Long for Success, LLC specializing in QuickBooks consulting & training, coaching small business owners, speaking and writing. She was named one of '10 Women who Inspire a Profession' by Accounting Today and a Financial Services Champion of the Year by the SBA. She has been mentioned in the New York Times, Inc.com, Business Week, Investor's Business Daily, WebCPA and more. Michelle is the author of Successful QuickBooks Consulting and How to Start a Home Based Bookkeeping Business.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>