Pay and Play Software, a company that has stopped supporting the Windows platform due to the high cost of development, Pay and Play Software, will demonstrate AuctionKit running on Mac OS X at this week’s Macworld Expo in San Francisco. In fact, Mac OS X is the company’s preferred platform, Stephen Reiss, owner and founder, told MacCentral.
“AuctionKit is based on software we have developed for several of our clients and has been in daily use for over a year,” he said. “It’s a fully customizable solution that allows the user to create very complex auctions with minimal effort.”
AuctionKit uses Pay and Play’s WebCatalog as an engine so it will run on any system that will run WebCatalog (Mac, OS X, Unix, and Windows NT). Administration is completely Web-based, including invoicing, credit card acceptance and easy inventory management. Plus, Pay&Play offers several levels of customization. All off the most popular auction features are available in AuctionKit, from Pay&Play’s BidWizard assistant to individual starting and ending times for each item, Reiss said.
AuctionKit is slated to cost US $10,000 in its base form. This price includes the $3,500 for WebCatalog.
Also at this week’s Macworld Expo, Pay and Play will be offering a discount on a software bundle containing Disk Label/Printer Pro, and Ultimate Label Printer Pro, a utility for creating jewel boxes and other removable media cases.