Currently I am using SQL based accounting system. I need to migrate to the Quickboos. can I find a local Quickbooks expert to help me to accomplish this?

I am suing an SQL based accounting system and I need to migrate all my data into Quickboos. Can I find a local partner who can do this job for me?


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Yasser Rahman

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I can route you to the right place, ganarask.

You might want to visit our Intuit App Store. You can look there for a third-party application compatible with QuickBooks Online (QBO) that can help you migrate the data from SQL Server into your account.

You can check out this link for the third-party applications: https://apps.intuit.com/app/apps/home

If you have any questions about integration, you can contact their technical support.

On the other hand, you can check out this link to find a local QBO expert: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/find-an-accountant/

Feel free to visit us if you need anything else. Thanks!

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