Keith Gormezano — owner of Dr. Quick Books, Inc. — is an Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor for both desktop and online with additional certification in Enterprise and Point of Sale. With the exception of Point of Sale, all Intuit products allow uses to send electronic sales forms and attach documents and receipts to reduce the need for paper.
In 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, and 2014, he was named one of the Top 100 ProAdvisors in the world by Insightful Accountant and is ranked first on Intuit’s Find a ProAdvisor website for Seattle.
He has 53 reviews on the Intuit Find a ProAdvisor website, 17 on Yelp (rhymes with whelp), 14 on LinkedIn, five each on Angie’s List, Facebook business page, and the Better Business Bureau, and three on Thumbtack, Google, and Nextdoor.
As an Intuit QuickBooks Solution Provider formerly known as Reseller, he offers his clients the opportunity to purchase QuickBooks desktop Pro, Premier, or Mac for less than Amazon, QuickBooks Online for 50% off the first year, or QuickBooks Enterprise at up to 20% off Intuit’s price with an approved merchant account.
He specializes in solving slow, network, or large file issues, inventory, or payroll problems as well as setting up new company files and reviewing existing files and providing one-on-one customized training at his customer’s workplace or his home office. He encourages his clients to go paperless.
He makes house calls in a “gas-guzzling” Prius in the Greater Seattle area mornings, afternoons, evenings, and weekends and likes to hike without the ten essentials, use two for one coupons and tip on the pre-discount amount, visit historical towns and museums, and ride steam trains.
A free telephone consultation is available by sending your complete contact information, year and version of QuickBooks or existing software, number of users, number of employees, if you take credit cards from your customers, what you are currently using, and a summary of your issues or problems.
Why We're Green
We became green to reduce the cost of electricity in older fixtures and machines and eliminate the need for paper storage by eliminating 90% of the paper that was generated before. We encourage our clients to do the same. We currently turn off computers at night, recycle 95% of our inkjet cartridges, soda cans, use tap water instead of single use plastic bottles, and recycle 95% of any confidential paper generated.
Before we started this project, we had two file cabinets filled with paper. After purging and setting up a schedule for retainage, we go back to two, a 50% reduction.