10 Things You Didn’t Know About Fishbowl

Here are 10 things you probably didn't know about Fishbowl software, Fishbowl BlogI’ve been writing about a number of Fishbowl features, versions, and integrations for a few months now, and it’s about time to do a roundup of them to make sure nothing gets missed. The Did You Know blog series is meant to explore aspects of Fishbowl that might seem obvious or oblique, but they’re all important to note. So let’s go through the first group of posts in this series to learn 10 things you didn’t know about Fishbowl.

The 10 Things

1. Fishbowl has both a manufacturing and a warehouse software version Don’t know the difference between Fishbowl Manufacturing and Fishbowl Warehouse? Now’s your chance to find out. 2. Fishbowl supports Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems That’s right, Fishbowl’s client and server work on every major desktop operating system. 3. Fishbowl integrates with all online and desktop versions of QuickBooks QuickBooks Pro, Premier, Enterprise, and Online are among the versions of the accounting software that Fishbowl integrates with. 4. Fishbowl integrates with the online accounting solution Xero Not only does Fishbowl integrate with QuickBooks Online, but it also integrates with Xero, another online accounting solution that’s popular among SMBs. 5. Fishbowl has an Australian version Fishbowl Australia was the first version of the inventory solution that appeared outside of North America. 6. Fishbowl has a Canadian version Fishbowl Canada is a great solution for businesses up north that use the Canadian tax code and currency. 7. Fishbowl has UPS shipping features built into its interface Fishbowl’s software is certified as UPS Ready. If you’d like to know everything that entails, just click the link above. 8. Fishbowl Manufacturing uses production stages in its work orders Fishbowl Manufacturing’s work orders are well-structured, allowing manufacturers to create a number of steps that manufacturing jobs must be completed in. 9. Fishbowl has a How To button that offers answers to questions about the software The How To button in the menu bar takes you to the Fishbowl Wiki page that is all about the module you clicked the button from. 10. Fishbowl has a forecasting feature that helps companies plan future inventory needs Sales, costs, and quantities can be tracked on any number of parts in a variety of locations to project how many you’ll need based on past trends.

The More You Know

I’ve got many more Did You Know posts planned, so keep coming back to the Fishbowl Blog to learn all about what Fishbowl does and much more.