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Cougar Mountain Releases Updates for Denali, CMS Pro


Cougar Mountain Software has released updates for two of its accounting and business management products, CMS Professional 2014 and Denali 3.2.

The updated Denali 3.2 SP17 includes a number of new features, including enhancements in the general ledger, bank reconciliation, and sales. The company noted that it also contained “a small number” of defection corrections.

CMS Professional 2014 SP1 includes updates to tax forms and tax tables.

“2013 has been a very productive year for our product development, testing, and quality assurance teams,” Cougar Mountain producdt manager Ann Geisel said in a statement. “Denali 3.2 SP17 represents our sixth Denali release in 2013, making the year one of our most aggressive. We have been able to provide user-identified enhancements and also include a number of defect corrections. Overall, the quality level of the Denali product is extremely high, which is a high priority and non-stop pursuit of our team.”

The company also noted that it will release Denali Payroll in the first half of 2014, and encouraged customers and others who need payroll processing to offer their feedback on its Customer Voice page.


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