Product Information

Our software is fairly comprehensive, yet easy to learn and use. It has extensive configuration options allowing it to adapt itself easily to accommodate your terminology and finer preferences, and to hide unwanted clutter.  Most of our new users who have shopped around a bit, are impressed that it is designed from a business operational perspective that includes full accounting facilities, rather than merely being an accounting system with a few extras added on. The ability to add "User Defined Fields", to store additional data for your own special purposes, is quite valuable.  It also integrates with Microsoft Office and several third-party products, and also with web-services that are applicable to many of our clients (such as Google Maps, and LINZ data services).

Integration between Modules

All our modules integrate very nicely - with seamless drill-downs to other modules from a number of places within the software.  Being modular, it is possible to purchase just the more important functions initially, and expand your capabilities and sophistication at a later date by adding other modules.

For more specific product information, please choose from the following list:

Contact Management

Professional Practice Suite

B2B Sales Administration Suite

Accounts Modules:

Transfer Facility and Remote Access:

Our Transfer Facility will sychronise data between multiple offices (or single remote computers). Click here for a full discussion on various architectures that facilitate remote access to our software.


Technical Information

Our software is written using Microsoft Visual FoxPro (full 32 bit Windows), a very efficient database engine for PCs.  It runs in Windows 7, Vista, or XP, and operates extremely well in a PC network environment (including Windows Server and SBS, Windows 7/Vista/XP peer to peer, and Novell).  FoxPro is used quite extensively around the world as a development tool.  Some applications that use FoxPro are quite colossal, running on networks with several thousand workstations, and with transaction volumes several hundred times greater than most of our users are ever likely to achieve.