Small business accounting data lost in damaged QuickBooks files can be easily recovered with the new utility
Online PR News – 24-March-2010 – – Recovery for QuickBooks is a new addition to data recovery software product line by OfficeRecovery.
As with any other accounting software, QuickBooks database corruption can happen due to a variety of software and hardware malfunctions as well as stem from human errors. When there is no recent backup available, the only way to limit damage is to extract available data directly from the corrupted database.
Recovery for QuickBooks does that by extracting account transfers, cash and credit card payments and many other types of records from damaged databases. The recovered data is then saved as a set of IIF scripts ready to be imported into a new QuickBooks project. Not all files are recoverable and some data loss is a norm, but even a partial recovery can be a great boost in rebuilding the books after a data loss disaster.
Current version of Recovery for QuickBooks supports all modern versions of QuickBooks Enterprise Solutions, including 9.0, 8.0 and 7.0.
"Losing accounting data at the height of tax season can be extremely disrupting for months ahead and lead to severe time and monetary losses. I suggest every business using QuickBooks to include a license of Recovery for QuickBooks into their disaster recovery plan," says Emil Sildos, Recoveronix CEO.
Recovery for QuickBooks prices start at US $199 for a standard license. The license allows one installation of the product. Other types of licenses are Enterprise, allowing two installations, and 1-Year Service, a special license for companies providing data recovery services.
More information and a free demo version of Recovery for QuickBooks is available at
OfficeRecovery.com is a trade name for Recoveronix, a software company in the data recovery business since 1998. More than 40 products offered by Recoveronix have provided millions of businesses and individuals the chance to regain data accessibility and integrity after the event of data corruption.