9 Things QuickBooks Users Should Know About Dynamics 365 - #6 Database

Posted by Tom Rogers on October 3, 2017

More and more QuickBooks users are utilizing Microsoft Office 365 for their email and daily productivity. Many of them are evaluating if a switch to Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Financials is the right move. This series of blog posts looks at the 9 key differences between QuickBooks and Microsoft Dynamics 365.

6) Issues with Database scalability

Do you have multiple users that need to access the system at the same time? Do you have large transactional volume each month?

A QuickBooks database is a single file that continues to grow over time. The larger the files become, the slower the application gets for the users.

As companies grow, they usually have more people in the database, slowing things down even more. Additionally, the larger the file gets, the greater the risk of data corruption

Microsoft provides a system that is accessible anywhere, at any time, via the Microsoft Azure platform, which provides strong data capabilities. This includes the ability to scale to support growing transaction volumes and more users.

Microsoft’s solution is designed for both quick deployment out-of-the-box, and for ongoing updates, ensuring the solution can incorporate more sophisticated features over time.

Each point we cover in this series will impact each business in a unique way. To see all 9 questions, please visit and download the full list 

Visit www.intellitecsolutions.com-365 and browse our video library to see first-hand the functionality of Dynamics 365. You will also find information on obtaining a trial of Dynamics 365.