In the post-pandemic business world the cloud-based accounting would be the best solution in terms of simplicity, flexibility and remote work. Both software have received recognition for their user-friendly services. QuickBooks has a simple layout and offers a swift overview of expenses, invoices, sales, bank account balances, and profit and loss. Similarly, Xero has an equally user-friendly dashboard that represents the simplistic nature of its platform.
One noted benefit of Xero over QuickBooks is that it permits customers to use more features without paying an extra fee. Xero offers features which are integrated in the Starter plan which require an additional payment in QuickBooks, and it seamlessly integrates payment networks for paying invoices through external networks such as PayPal and Stripe. Additionally, Xero incorporates new features and updates every 3-6 weeks whereas QuickBooks have infrequent updates to their service.
When comparing the actual use of both software, you will find that QuickBooks offers customers with video tutorials on their website explaining how to use and navigate around the software. QuickBooks have been praised for the way they assist customers with understanding how to use the software, whereas users of Xero will have to search for tutorials on external services such as YouTube.