QuickBooks Mobile Apps – Post 1 of 5 – “Add Alerts”
If you are a small business owner using QuickBooks, I bet you wish that you had more time to keep your company file in tip-top shape on a day-to-day basis. You know, so that on that unusually slow Friday afternoon, you could crank out your financial statements and do some real strategic thinking about the future of your company.
Instead, you are probably a bit like the guy in the Staples commercial — the small business owner that has 10 different jobs to do and somehow tries to stay on top of all of them (my favorite part of the video is where “Dave” is repairing the copier, moving packages around the office, and opening the day’s mail all at once).
If we guessed right — that you are a little like the guy “Dave” in the Staples commercial — then there is a good chance that when you finally get around to checking QuickBooks, you might find that the balances in your various registers are far from what you expected (maybe in a good direction, maybe in a bad direction).
We Can Help
Never be surprised again, when it comes to:
- High balances in your Credit Card registers
- Low balances in your Bank Account registers
- High Accounts Payable balances
- High Accounts Receivable balances
Just set a push alert, using ProOnGo’s new app Add Alerts, and your customized alert level will trigger a push alert to your phone (only during reasonable daytime hours, of course!):
…also, we should mention that we built the app in a way that lets us add all kinds of additional alerts. So, feel free to let us know (pun intended: “alert us”) of what additional types of metrics and thresholds this app should make available.