Think Global with Multicurrency

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  • Thanks for joining us. We’re really excited about QuickBooks 2009 and we believe that it is our best release yet. Before we start, lets take a look at some of the new features.
  • Before we start – lets look at a few trends that we noticed with businesses in the US. Small Businesses, i.e. QuickBooks businesses (the way we look at it) make up 97% of all exporters and make up for about 30% of value in exports.
  • Think Global with Multicurrency

    1. 1. QuickBooks 2009 Think Global with Multicurrency 29 th October, 2008
    2. 2. QuickBooks 2009 - new features that help…
    3. 3. Introductions <ul><li>Pranay Kapadia </li></ul><ul><li>Product Manager </li></ul><ul><li>Intuit QuickBooks </li></ul>Nancy Schiff &quot;The QuickBooks Guru“ www.schiffmgmt.com
    4. 4. Did you know… Source: US Small Business Administration, Aug. 2007 (Small and medium businesses are defined as firms with between 1-500 employees) Small and medium businesses play a large role in US international trade
    5. 5. Did you know… The value of the US Dollar has strengthened by ~25% YTD against most currencies CAD vs USD AUD vs USD EUR vs USD INR vs USD
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    7. 7. Quickbooks Multicurrency Walkthrough
    8. 8. Setting Up Multicurrency
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