First Steps

First Steps

Follow our Quick Start Guide and we’ll get you started using the software in no time flat. 

StopwatchRead our Getting Started Guide and complete the Startup Wizard in the software to get you moving.   If you need assistance, don't hesitate to reach out:

  1. Make an appointment with our Getting Started Team
  2. Read our AccountingSuite™ Knowledgebase Articles.
  3. If you want to move data from another Accounting package, talk to our conversion team.

last modified 11/8/2020 - jml

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