Las Vegas (June 26, 2003) -- Software developer Softline BusinessVision has rolled out an accountant’s version of its Business Vision 32 accounting and business management software, and an Accounting Partner Program for accountants interested in building a technology consulting practice or in being able to advise clients on company products in order to refer them to Softline BusinessVision business partners.
Softline North America, the parent of BusinessVision and Softline AccountMate, another business software developer, made the announcements here at the American Institute of CPAs Tech 2003 conference. At the show, technology trainers and consultants K2 Enterprises hailed BusinessVision 32 as "a good value," well-suited to companies outgrowing the capabilities of entry-level accounting software, such as QuickBooks.
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