Acclivity puts AccountEdge Pro 2013 on the books
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 @ 8:44pm
| Acclivity today announced AccountEdge Pro 2013 for Mac and Windows. The latest version of the small business accounting software is available immediately and features a long list of enhancements and improvements, including a new document management ability, improved bank statement import, and an upcoming AccountEdge Mobile 2 mobile app. Changes include document management, an updated retainers feature, better importing of bank statements and more
The new document management feature allows files to be attached to transaction records, including documents, images, and scans. Bills, invoices, purchases, or any type of file can be attached, and AccountEdge files it away for later review.
AccountEdge’s retainers feature gets an update, with the ability to link bank accounts, which allows the user to write checks directly from retainer, escrow, and trust accounts, as well as easily transfer funds into and out of these accounts.
Importing and reconciling bank statements is more streamlined and intuitive with the new Bank Statement Import. The new worksheet acts as a middle-man between import and reconciliation to improve the workflow of dealing with bank statements. Additonally, rules can be created to look for and match transactions in the ledger.
The company says AccountEdge Mobile 2 is coming soon as well. Users of AccountEdge Pro’s companion mobile app can look forward to accepting credit cards directly from their iOS devices. Also included in the update to AccountEdge Mobile: quick sale, receive payment on a receivable, and mileage tracking.
The new version of AccountEdge Pro is available for both Windows and OS X through the company's website, and other retailers. AccountEdge Pro is priced at $299 for new users, and $159 for some upgraders.
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