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AccountMate
Since 1984, AccountMate Software Corporation has provided customers with powerful and flexible accounting and business management software. AccountMate provides stable and modifiable accounting solutions for the mid-market. The accounting systems are sold by the module, which enables customers to acquire the software they initially need and add modules as their business needs increase. The availability of source code makes this software highly modifiable so that it can be adapted to a changing business environment. AccountMate Software Corporation is headquartered in the United States. Read More...
AccountMate
Source: AccountMate AccountMate accounting modules are available for LAN, Microsoft SQL, and MSDE. These different versions help a business to evolve from a single user system to a powerful and sophisticated multi-user SQL database network. AccountMate can help manage global operations with multi-currency capabilities and a built-in translation engine for multi-lingual businesses. A wide variety of independently developed programs are also available to further tailor AccountMate software to specific industries. AccountMate products are sold worldwide through their authorized resellers. Read More...
AccountMate Software An International Product No One Knew About Part Two: Applications, Competitive Analysis, and User Recommendations
Written By: Charles Chewning Jr. Published On: January 20 2005 AccountMate Software has been a player in the middle market for over twenty years. In the past several years it has been acquired by several global companies. Recently AccountMate's management has purchased the company and once again it is independent and able to chart its own course. Read More...
Everest Software Inc.
Founded in 1994, Everest Software is a privately-held, multinational software company headquartered in Dulles, Virginia (US). Everest Software has nearly 300 employees. The company has developed Everest, a business management solution for small and mid-size businesses in the wholesale, distribution, retail, and e-commerce industries. Over 3,000 small business in 49 countries use Everest, which was the winner of the 2004 SIIA Codie Award for Best Business Software Product. In 2009, Everest was acquired by Versata Enterprises. Versata revitalizes best-of-breed companies for the sake of customer success, often extending and evolving products for the long term. The current reach of Versata’s companies is broad and the family grows each year through the acquisition of additional leading solution providers. Read More...
WorkWise
Located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (US), WorkWise Inc. offers customer support, consulting, and technical and integration services. It offers make-to-order, repetitive and mixed-mode manufacturers web-based solutions for manufacturing information, supply chain management, manufacturing execution and planning. Read More...
Will Sage Group Cement Its SME Leadership with ACCPAC and Softline Acquisitions? Part Eight: More Challenges and User Recommendations
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic Published On: June 12 2004 Best Software/Sage will remain a pragmatic company that delivers products based on a savvy understanding of its customers' needs and the competitive forces in the market, and on constant adaptability. It is still standing on top of the hill in many SME markets, and it is typically a much more difficult task for anyone to capture the hill than to defend it. Read More...
SalesLogix and ACT! Officially Branded As Best Software Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic Published On: July 30 2002 The company must clearly articulate its plans and the timeline for integration for each of its products. Otherwise it may face confusion and/or anxiety amongst both its current and potential customers as well as within its VARs. Read More...
Accounting for SMBs: A Solution Beyond Entry-level Systems Red Wing Software
Written By: Charles Chewning Jr. Published On: January 21 2005 Many SMB companies need more functionality than an entry-level system offers, but cannot afford to pay $15,000 (USD) or more for a higher-end product, nor do they really need the complexity found in these products. Red Wing Software’s TurningPoint is a good mid-market product that plays well in this market. Read More...
Best Software To Hold Competition At Bay Part Four: Challenges & User Recommendations
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic Published On: December 23 2002 The downside, as a rule, is the painstaking integration effort yet to be devised for a number of remaining products in the Sage’s/Best’s family and to be subsequently exerted, as there is always a large time bracket from concept to actual materialization. Further, integration is never a simple feat. Read More...
Epicor Picks Clarus' Bargain At The Software Flea Market Part 2: Challenges and User Recommendations
Written By: Predrag Jakovljevic Published On: December 5 2002 The wealth of product names and a still somewhat unwieldy slew of products, presents sales and marketing confusion for Epicor, both internally and externally across the globe. Therefore, as Epicor has a myriad of products in its portfolio that could benefit from integration with Clarus and/or CRM.NET, it must clearly articulate its plans and the timeline for integration for each of its products. Read More...
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