In this scenario, since three users are using Quick Books, a 3 User product will be best suited to your business' needs.
Similarly, if your business only has two users that will need to access Quick Books, a 2 User product will be right for you.
You do not need a separate license if you install Quick Books on a server for other users to access, but no one directly uses Quick Books on that server.
Or, if you already have a copy of Quick Books 2011, you can purchase additional licenses from within the product. Of course, you'll still need a separate license for each user of Quick Books if you have multiple users.
Quick Books can accommodate up to 30 simultaneous users.
For example, a business owner may want to have a copy of Quick Books solely for running reports, doing payroll, and printing checks, but his office manager needs to use Quick Books to enter sales orders and receipts. If another person is solely reviewing printed reports that you generate yourself in Quick Books, then they don't need to get their own Quick Books license.
However, if they install and/or use Quick Books, then they will need a separate license.
You can directly convert data from Quicken and Quicken Home and Business Editions '98 through 2011 (older editions require some additional steps).
Quick Books provides detailed step-by-step instructions for the entire conversion process.
Our Enterprise Solutions product offers the ability for more users to work in the file at the same time.
The multi-user mode in Quick Books Pro and Premier allows multiple users to collaborate on the same company file at the same time.
Currently, you cannot receive the discount by ordering from the Quick Website.
To receive this discount, you need to order through one of our sales consultants by calling (866) 379-6635. You can run as many companies as you want from one copy of Quick Books.
If you install Quick Books on your server, you still must have a license for every user of the program.