Let Us Help You Convert From NetSuite To QuickBooks.

Converting from NetSuite can be daunting. It is an extremely robust piece of software designed for complex business needs. The NetSuite team is very good at convincing people that they cannot or should not leave NetSuite, and scaring them away from more affordable and user friendly options. NetSuite also tries to lock-in business data, and can make it extremely difficult to retrieve your own business data (like custom lists and past orders) from the accounting system you paid for.

Furthermore, depending on how long you’ve been in business there may be several GB of data. NetSuite is not a 1-to-1 match with QuickBooks, so it can be confusing to determine how to match up data in your existing NetSuite instance with the appropriate fields in Quickbooks.

Key Differences Between NetSuite & QuickBooks

  • NetSuite is a more all-in-one product, whereas QuickBooks allows you to select only the modules that you need. If your business is not large or complex enough for things like extremely granular inventory and a robust CRM (or you are happily using other products to manage these things) then you will likely be paying for more functionality than you actually use with NetSuite.
  • NetSuite is much more expensive.
  • QuickBooks has various hosting options. You can host QuickBooks on-the-cloud, or on-premise. NetSuite only allows cloud hosting, so if you prefer an on-premise server you are out of luck.

List Items

We start by evaluating the source NetSuite data and compile the number of lists and transactions that will need to be converted to QuickBooks. We send you a no-obligation quote after the analysis is complete. We also give you the turnaround time for the conversion. You can decide a cut-off date for NetSuite, and schedule the conversion at your convenience. We work evenings and weekends to make the transition as smooth as possible with the least amount of downtime.

What is Converted?

The following is a summary of lists and transaction types converted from NetSuite to Quickbooks:


  • Chart of Accounts
  • Customer list
  • Vendor List
  • Jobs List
  • Employee List
  • Service Items
  • Inventory Items
  • Non-Inventory Items
  • Assembly Builds Items


  • Invoices
  • Customer Payments
  • Credit Memo
  • Sales Receipts
  • Bills
  • Vendor Credits
  • Vendor Payments
  • Checks
  • Journal Entries
  • Item Receipts
  • Inventory Adjustments
  • Liability Adjustments
  • Paychecks (as Journal Entries)
  • Payroll Liability Checks
  • Sales Tax Payments
  • Transfers
  • Estimates
  • Sales Orders
  • Purchase Orders

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