Accounting software is so critical to the growth of a small business and day to day management of their operations and cash flow. There’s Quickbooks, Peachtree, Small Business Accounting, Cougar Mountain, NetSuite and more. Which one do you choose? Which one is BEST for YOUR business?
Cnet reviews Peachtree’s latest and writes It takes less time to find information in Peachtree 2007 than it does in last year’s edition, and the use of lists is vastly better. The Customers & Sales, Vendors & Purchases, and other modules, for instance, display scrollable customer lists that would have taken several mouse clicks to find in version 2006. With Peachtree 2007, you click the View Detailed List link in the upper-right corner, and a complete list of records (for example, Employees) pops up in a separate window. Searches are easier too, thanks to a handy search box near the top of the screen.
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