Manage Synonym QuickBooks 2018: Welcome The New Release By Intuit

In the current scenario account section of an organization is playing the significant role for its growth and procurement at an extensive level. On the other hand, it is said to be the language of business that communicates with the actual financial management and its related task. Therefore accounting software is being used widely among accountant professionals and CPAs. Planned and initiated by Intuit, QuickBooks 2018 is another presentation over the previous one. Thus, with the changing technology, the company always prefers to have more efficient and user-friendly application for the convenient of their employees and their fast growth as well.An analysis report on QuickBooks 2018A warm welcome to QuickBooks 2018, an updated version of QuickBooks is really a matter of immense pleasure. It is equipped with several surprising features that will certainly assist to its users to overcome all drawbacks of its predecessors. As it is known that QuickBooks is an accounting software package which eases the work of accountants and CPAs. As a result of constant research and analysis, once again Intuit comes with a more improved version of QB. This article has been written to let viewers know about literal advantages of QuickBooks 2018 as well as how it works.Important attributes of QuickBooks 2018:

It supports the multiple monitors at the same time: QuickBooks 2018 has been designed in such a way that it supports the multiple monitors at the same time that is up to three. Howbeit it might seem somewhat difficult for newbies to avail such facilities.

Provides assistance in looking for a chart of accounts: This is really a disappointing thing for accountants when they felt helpless to themselves to look for a chart of accounts. But this updated version will be very helpful for such kind of work.

It is supportive for cash or accrual toggle on reports: It is possessed with the capacity of providing assistance to switch the basis of your financial reports.

Maintains the past due stamps: In case if someone follows the process of sending copies of past-due invoices to the targeted customers then it will transparently show that the sent copies are of past-due invoices.

Contains new keyword shortcuts: QuickBooks 2018 contains the keyword shortcuts to help its users in copying and pasting lines in transactions.

Carries the modifications in the inventory report: Concern related to inventory report enhancements has always been a troubling point. Keeping this issue in view, Intuit has added an option for alteration in the inventory reports for QuickBooks enterprises.

It has upgraded order fulfillment with mobile bar-coding scanning: Such feature of QuickBooks 2018 has enabled it to work with remote devices comprising the barcode scanner. Users won’t need to switch to a desktop or laptop computer running QuickBooks at the time of scanning targeted items which is very interesting.

Allows Email security: It enables its users to keep their emails sent by Gmail, Hotmail, MSN and windows live accounts secured by using Enhanced security option available in QuickBooks 2018.

Facts about Merge vendors in QuickBooks 2018:


Merge vendors is such kind of feature that allows someone to execute the process of merging up to 4 vendors simultaneously. Some of the selected editions possess this feature which includes QuickBooks Accountants, QuickBooks pro/premier, and QuickBooks enterprises. Further study has revealed that this attribute has been in demand by a large number of accountant professionals for a long time. As on the previous version they were able to merge the vendors up to two only. Another convenient characteristic of this option is that it enables its users to make changes in following fields:

Shipped From

Billed From

Main Phone

Account No.

Main Email

Print name on check as

Vendor type

Vendor Tax ID

Company Name

Merge vendor menu is available in Accountant/client data review menu which can be carried out by clicking either on merge or backup and merge option. While making an approach to execute the merging process, always prefer to tap on backup and merge button for the first vendor so that later you may have a good backup if the appeared result after that does not match your choice.Know about some limitations of Merge vendor:

Its functionality can be availed only in single-user mode.

Merging of the vendor cannot be carried out if there is an accountant copy in use or if you are logged in an accountant’s copy.

If there is involvement of multi-currency feature then merging process cannot be executed.

An overview on Enhanced order fulfillment in QuickBooks 2018:Enhanced order fulfillment in QuickBooks 2018 is an outstanding factor that has been introduced by the Intuit team. It is capable of working with a remote barcode scanning device. You can find this feature in the QuickBooks enterprise V18 merely. Another facility comprises the availability of important updates to the sales order fulfillment Worksheet and integration with a portal barcode scanner. This new feature is worthwhile at a great level for you if you are using sales orders and send pick lists to the warehouse.Supports remote device:Another elegant step of Intuit with QuickBooks 2018 Enhanced order fulfillment is that it is very easy to set up and work with it. Now there is no need of using the remote device to work with order fulfillment procedure as it can be managed through the QuickBooks desktop completely. It is compatible with two types of devices that is android based and specific model of barcode scanning mobile computer.Note: This app does not support iPhone and a generic android based device that is version 4.4 and later.

Artificial Intelligence and Our Humanity

We hear and read about it everywhere these days.

You hear people saying, “The future is now.”

“We have to give way to technology.”

“We’ll be better off and live better lives (maybe not even work) if we let AI do it.”

Yes, technology is here, and we are living at the dawn of the age of AI, and it’s a topic that we’ve seen and heard a lot more about this year.

I wonder what the opportunities will be for the average person. You know, the person who is not the founder of Facebook, Google or Amazon, which have placed such high barriers to entry that it will be rare for companies to break into that stratospheric league.

What’s Going to Happen with Humans?

Do you wonder what’s going to happen to the average person? AI are taking over customer service, writing, design, sales, law, and medicine. As a businessman and social entrepreneur, the reality is that if you’re looking at things in a purely bottom-line manner, using AI could make a whole lot of sense. They never get sick. They work 27/7/365. They never stop and can indeed produce more than any human can–in a lifetime. From a pure dollars and cents perspective, AI can make a lot of sense.

But then you have to wonder about the broader implications of AI, and I sense that society has not even started to get its head around the implications. If you pay even a little attention to the news, then you know that a few months ago Facebook engineers shut down and pulled the plug on AI that decided on its own to go ahead and develop a new language. It was more efficient for them to get the work done, but humans did not understand. It seems that the language was basic, but what happens if the AI had not been shut down? Would they have developed a highly sophisticated way to communicate and operate that completely excised human?

I agree that technology can be beneficial to society. I think most people would agree that we’d prefer to send a bot into a dangerous situation, say war, rather than ask our men and women to put their lives on the line. I think there’s something to be said for the rapidly expanding role of robotics in medicine. For example, the fact that we’ve started to print human organs with 3D is a significant advancement, and we have to hope that many lives will be saved.

The Deeper Issues Related to AI

My concern as I dig deeper into the issue of AI is what the implications are for the human race, and yes, that even includes how we in the philanthropic sector connect with each other and with the world we serve. As I noted in the previous article I wrote, the Partnership on AI, which is a collaborative effort between mega-companies such as Facebook, Apple, Google and leading non-profits such as UNICEF and Human Rights are trying to lead the conversation about the implications of AI in all of our lives.

If you tune in even a little bit into the conversation about AI, you know that we have to deal with many issues, including some of the following:

Safety: We don’t want to be in a situation where AI is created, and it is not obligated to protect human life.
Transparency: We had the recent situation with Facebook where they shut down AI, but who rules (government or business) when someone says “Houston, we have a problem”?
Labor and the Economy: Whose responsibility is it to train people as AI develops and what will their work functions be in light of a much more powerful AI partner? Will people even have jobs?
Society: For communities around the world, which certainly includes nonprofit and philanthropic work, what will be the impact of AI on philanthropy, education, charitable work, science, private/public partnerships, etc.

The reality seems to be apparently developing that there are few areas–if any–that AI will not touch.

Humanity’s Competitive Advantage

When I read about issues related to AI, I think of one thing–humanity. I believe we all have to get into the conversation now about the implications of AI. I’m someone who likes and values people precisely because we are imperfect. There is a lot of prose and poetry in the human condition. AI cannot love, demonstrate courage, hope, dream, feel fear, etc.

In my mind, those qualities are what makes humans so much better than AI. Our values are our competitive advantage in comparison to AI. There is something intrinsic within people (some call it a soul or spirit, others connect the scientific dots of all the elements that make up our brains, hearts, and bodies) that makes us unique, and yes, even exceptional.

We have a serious conversation that has to take place about AI, but it involves all humans, and we have to pay attention before we have a situation we did not bargain for in the age of technology.

The Path for Humanity as it Greets AI

In many ways, I hope that AI begins to break down the things that divide us and that we discover that as humans, we are all the same. We are. Take away the issues of money, race, religion, gender and everything else; we all bleed red.

We all hurt.

We all hope.

We all dream.

The way I see it, the time is now for humanity. It can be our finest hours at the dawn of a new age–provided we all get out of our own way and engage in a global dialogue about humanity in the age of AI.