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We recently purchased the 2017 QB from Tech Soup but are unable to use the QB conversion tool on the old 2013 version of Sage 50. QB support staff said they could not convert all files and we want our historical data. The Quickbooks Repair Pro service offers a migration that will include the historical data. Can't find much in the way of customer reviews of this service, any comments on this company?
I'm not familiar with Quickbooks Repair Pro, but I see lots of reviews online (via Google). On the other hand, Intuit says their migration tool provides a "straight-forward way to convert data directly from your current program to QuickBooks." I Googled "sage 50 conversion to quickbooks" and found lots of other resources.
Please let us know what you decide to do and how it works out.
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Thanks for your reply. We had already tried the Intuit Quickbooks conversion tool, which would have been great except it would not work with our old 2013 Sage. We also talked to Quickbooks support but they could not convert any of our historical data. In the end we tried Quickbooks Repair Pro (aka E-Tech) John the technician was successful in converting ALL our data from Sage including the historical data that Intuit said they could not. We did the download yesterday and it all came through. Using this service was an added expense but we got what was promised and the lesson learned is to update your accounting software before it gets too old to update in-house. We would recommend Quickbooks Repair Pro to anyone who is in the same position, they were fast and professional.
Congratulations! I'm glad things went so smoothly (and quickly).
THANK YOU so much for posting this!! We too have tried the Intuit Quickbooks conversion tool and have had only lists come over. We have searched for 2 weeks for someone to give us a real answer and not charge an arm and leg. After this post, and it's been some time, would you still recommend? Thanks for your help.
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