Small business accounting software maker Acclivity has released AccountEdge 2014, its premium product with new departmental accounting, cloud, improved jobs reporting and rerun integration features.

AccountingEdge 2014 users can now setup and track departments then allocate transaction line items to one department or multiple departments; create variations for an items and then create properties for each variation; enter sales, invoices, orders and quotes and capture activity slips and time sheets from any Web-enabled device; combine duplicate or similar items into one; filter job reports to span fiscal years; and offer customers or clients an online payment method for recurring subscription or membership billing.

“We really had two goals in mind, when approaching the 2014 release,” said Acclivity product evangelist Todd Salkovitz. “First, we wanted to introduce features that continue to fuel those small businesses that require certain higher-end features, while allowing them to spend hundreds, not thousands, of dollars. Second, we wanted to launch AccountEdge Cloud, which will be a platform for future feature development.”

“We want to give remote employees and non-accounting employees and contractors the ability to enter data into a web app that tightly integrates with their accounting system,” added Acclivity co-founder Scott Davisson. "It's important to our customers that they remain in control of their critical accounting information, using AccountEdge Pro.”
The AccountEdge Pro product is available immediately from the AccountEdge website and Apple Specialists throughout the U.S. with a list retail price of $299.

For more information visit the AccountEdge website.

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