Appgen — the folks who develop personal financial management, accounting and collaborative commerce platform software — has launched MyBooks 6.0. The update of the alternative to QuickBooks is now Carbonized for Mac OS X.
Targeted to small to mid-size business users, MyBooks offers users the option to simultaneously conduct higher level e-business by plugging into the enterprise applications of larger companies like Wal-Mart. It’s also built to provide an easy upgrade from spreadsheet accounting, according to Jim Kelly, Appgen president and CEO.
MyBooks for Mac OS X is available now at the Appgen Web site. It provides multi-platform support for Mac OS X and portability to other platforms like Linux, and Windows for users seeking choice. MyBooks also provides an audit trail and makes use of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) to validate, simplify, and protect a business, Kelly said.
It offers an import function for users of QuickBooks products. And it’s modifiable with developer support, enabling users to tailor MyBooks to meet their own specific business needs. My Books is scalable and can serve a one-person office to a 100-user enterprise. MyBooks will also enable the small to mid-size business plug into larger enterprise applications like CRMs with modular simplicity as the company expands and seeks to conduct collaborative commerce, Kelly said.