Migrate data from Reckon Quickbooks Accounting 2010/11 to Reckon One

yacatac
yacatac Member Posts: 2

I have a 30 day trial of Reckon One but if I can't migrate my existing datafile across, it might not be the right programme choice.

What options are there for converting from QB Accounting?

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  • Kris_Williams
    Kris_Williams Member Posts: 2,404 Reckon Accounts Hosted Expert Reckon Accounts Hosted Expert
    Answer ✓

    If you move to a desktop version, which is more expensive, you can easily move your data file over

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  • Rav
    Rav Administrator Posts: 12,663 Community Manager Community Manager

    Hi @yacatac

    Data migration is a fairly significant undertaking in the process of transitioning over. As there is also a cost associated with it (depending on your requirements) we recommend that you only commit to migration once you've fully given Reckon One a test drive to review its capabilities, features and workflows and are happy to proceed with it.

    There is a demo book that you can use which contains dummy data for you to play around with. Alternatively, you can add your own new data into the book you're currently trialing.

    I'll link some more info to data migration to Reckon One below -


  • Adrian
    Adrian Member Posts: 7

    I have a similar issue with Reckon Accounts 2013. Laptop died so had to upgrade to a new one which has Windows 10 OS - apparently RA2013 isn't compatible with Windows 10 so was advised to subscribe to Reckon One on;y ot then be advised I can't import/ transfer data from RA2013 to Reckon One.

    Is this still the case?

    I run a small mowing business so not sure I want to be spending heaps via 3rd party conversions etc

  • Kris_Williams
    Kris_Williams Member Posts: 2,404 Reckon Accounts Hosted Expert Reckon Accounts Hosted Expert

    You can’t reinstall those old versions, and the data cannot be migrated easily to Reckon One, only Reckon desktop, which is all subscription based. Sorry

  • yacatac
    yacatac Member Posts: 2

    Thanks for your comments