No matter what the nature of your business, keeping an accurate set of books is essential. Without accurate business records, it will be difficult to attract the funding you need because business records are generally the first thing potential lenders and investors want to see. Inaccurate or disorganized business records can also make it difficult to file your taxes, or even land you in hot water with the Internal Revenue Service. Using QuickBooks to keep your business records lets you avoid those potential problems.

1. Track a huge number of products and parts across multiple locations.

2. Create bills of materials and work orders to handle both simple and multilevel manufacturing jobs.

3. Create manufacture orders to organize complex manufacturing jobs.

4. Automatically reorder parts before they run out to prevent production delays.

5. Check products’ statuses before they are completed to make sure they’re on schedule.

6. Access your inventory database from anywhere using wireless mobile devices.

7. Instantly update QuickBooks when you make changes to your inventory records.