Intacct is an accounting software for medium to enterprise businesses. We compiled available Intacct reviews from around the web to determine what their customers think about the company. We also compared the most popular pricing options for small business owners.
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Intacct Customer Reviews
Summary of Intacct Reviews
We scoured reviews online and found that Intacct has mostly positive ratings. Here’s what we found:
What Intacct does well:
What Intacct does not do well:
Users who gave a negative review said that since they only offer one pricing option, the service is not scalable for a growing business and is quite pricey.
Most Helpful Positive User Review
Someone who left a positive review on G2 Crowd said that he switched to Intacct because he needed a few specific features that their previous accounting software wasn’t capable of. This included seamless consolidation of multi-entities in multi-currencies, the ability to use dimensions to reduce chart of accounts, dashboards for key operating metrics, and report distribution for management. He said that Intacct was able to do all of this and more.
Most Helpful Negative User Review
A negative review on Software Advice, from someone who took advantage of the 30-day free trial, said there are many options and integrations, and that the data is impressive. But that even though it’s an interesting option, the price is just too high for a start up and so they chose not to move forward with the purchase.
Other Intacct Reviews From Users Around the Web
Here are a few other resources for finding helpful Intacct reviews from customers. We rated the review sites on a scale from poor to excellent based on how trustworthy and useful the reviews seemed.
|*Average rating as of date article was written: June 23, 2017|
Intacct can be purchased directly from the company, or through local partners and resellers. The base price of $425 per month remains the same either way, with charges only adding up depending on the business’ needs.
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Intacct has a steep price for small businesses with the most basic package a client can get starting at $425 per month. The more users, modules, and features are added on to customize for every client’s needs, the higher the final cost will be – sometimes even crossing over $10,000 per month for large volume enterprises.
The software itself can be purchased from other partners and resellers, but there does not seem to be a difference in cost. The main difference between purchasing directly from Intacct and from a local reseller is that it may be more convenient for a client if their direct contact for assistance is someone within their area.