Quickbooks, an accounting software package developed and marketed by Intuit is currently facing an outage at many locations. So, if you are trying to use Quickbooks and it is not working for you. Fret not, you are not alone as many Quickbooks users are also facing the same issue.
Many Quickbooks users have taken the route of forums to express their concerns regarding the ongoing outage & issues. Have a look at some of the complaints down below.
@susanfennema Any idea how long the outage will last @QuickBooks ?Feb. 17, 2020, 12:07 p.m.
@nissaroberts @QBCares @QuickBooks are your QBO systems down?? Can’t log in. Keeps hanging up, or will refresh back to blank login screen, or “hmm let’s help you get back in.” Help, please.Feb. 17, 2020, 12:05 p.m.
@igaar77 @QuickBooks is QB online down? Been trying to sign on several times.Feb. 17, 2020, 12:05 p.m.
@groovycat1111 @QBCares @QuickBooks are you experiencing an outage? I cannot log on via the windows app OR my online account. This is upsetting to say the leastFeb. 17, 2020, 12:03 p.m.
@howdouknowu @QuickBooks Is your online app down?? I was booted out and can’t log back in. Just sits on login page spinning
An outage tracking website, Down Detector also confirms that Quickbooks is indeed going through some glitch & outage in several locations. Have a look at the outage map down below.
There is no official statement from Quickbooks officials regarding the ongoing outage & issues.
Rest assured, we are keeping a close tab on all the developments regarding this issue. Whenever any update or fix arrives for the same, we will update the column.
UPDATE : 1
Hi there. Our engineers are aware of this issue and they're working hard to make sure the program is up and running in no time. Once I get an update, I'll make sure to reach out to you. In the meantime, feel free to ask questions. I'll be on standby. ^JM
— Intuit QuickBooks Canada (@QuickBooksCA) February 17, 2020
Visit the Quickbooks server status site for more updates.