Jul 12, 2010

Connected Accounting Boosts Functionality For Mac Businesses


Powerful lot control feature now accessible to small and mid-sized businesses

Channel Next – Apple Canada Expo, July 12-13, 2010 (Toronto, ON) Product recalls are serious business, both for companies and consumers. That’s why it’s vital to have a detailed part identification system in place that enables manufactures to track specific components throughout the purchasing and sales process. Small to mid-sized manufacturers, especially those who are Mac-based, often struggle to find a cost effective system that suits their needs.

Accountek Solutions Inc. will be demonstrating the latest version of Connected Enterprise to Channel Next VARS and attendees at the upcoming Apple Canada Expo show in Toronto. The new version, 6.3 is highlighted by the addition of a complete inventory lot control solution for Mac based businesses.

Lot control is essential for the manufacturers in North America that produce consumer goods such as cosmetics, food, and medical supplies. In the event of a recall, the manufacturer must be able to identify each of the components received, how the parts were used in fabrication and where the final product was shipped. The latest release of Connected Accounting provides this powerful functionality and peace of mind to its customers, at an affordable price.

“We’re pleased to be able to show lot and serial number tracking to the Channel Next VARS as we know this feature is vital for our manufacturing customers,” says Eden Scott-Reid, Director of Business Development. “The version 6.3 release contains many requested enhancements that strengthen the sales analysis, inventory management and reporting aspects of the software and we’re excited to be able to show these to the VAR community.”

About Connected Accounting

Connected is a dynamic application designed for growing small businesses. Offering a complete set of tools to manage finances, inventory, job costing, consolidation and multi-currency, this cross platform accounting system can be shared concurrently by Mac OS and PC users.