Accountek Solutions Inc.
will be displaying in the
Toronto (Ontario) Financial Technology show, which runs Nov. 21 through Dec. 2. They’ll be displaying with an Apple representative and equipment contributed by Apple, according to company spokesperson Lori Nicholls.
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Connected Precision Accounting software was first developed in 1991 as a custom solution for a small group of Mac-based businesses, Nicholls said. In 1992 the first generic version of the software was released; since then it’s evolved into a cross-platform solution that can run simultaneously on both Mac and Windows operating systems.
Connected is a mid-range accounting program with single and multi-user versions. It consists of three modules: Accounting, Inventory Control, and Job Costing. Version 4.2 of the software was released in July with the following new features:
The ability to allocate “profit centers” by customer or directly on invoices;
The capability to automatically generate PDF copies of invoices, quotes, and orders, and e-mail them to customers and vendors;
A Navigation Toolbar that provides a customer with a convenient way to change modules and access various screens within the module;
A method of implementing multiple users with the same privileges for all modules;
Customer and vendor specific messages, and comments. This feature Allows entry messages to be entered for customers and vendors to remind users of specific details relating to a specific entry type.
There are versions of Connected for Mac OS 7, Mac OS 8, Mac OS 9, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT and Windows 2000. (There’s no Mac OS X version yet, but one is due in early 2003, Nicholls told MacCentral.)