Migrate your Microsoft Dynamics (Great Plains) data to Quickbooks.

Accordingly, there isn’t a way to import “All Transactions” from Microsoft Great Plains or Dynamics into QuickBooks Online. Transactions would have to be entered manually using different file formats since the QuickBooks Online platform is different from Microsoft dynamics. You’ll need to identify the transaction type and the file format to ensure that QuickBooks Online will be able to handle them.

Even though there are a multitude of third-party companies that claim to specialize in the conversion, the problem is that they will not be familiar with your company, which leaves room for costly mistakes. These services often approach the problem the same way someone in house would, so what you are paying for is tedious manual data entry.

Apart from this, transporting data from one software to the other requires a scrutiny of the data being transferred, causing additional strain on staff. It is important to take the time to review current accounting records and clean up bad data like inaccurate inventory counts, duplicate vendor entries, or aging accrual balances. On a more serious level, your accounting records may contain improperly closed periods, inaccurate liability balances, or outstanding balances on old jobs that have been written off or collected.  If the data is bad in your old accounting system, converting to a new accounting system will not improve it.

We offer an industry-standard migration service to convert your Dynamics GP data file to Quickbooks Enterprise, Pro, Premier, Accountant, or Quickbooks Online. This is a full service Dynamics GP data conversion with all lists and transactional history.

What is Converted?

The following is a summary of lists and transaction types converted from Dynamics GP 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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