Intacct upgraded its on-demand accounting software with Intacct Spring 2008.

The new Intacct Insight module includes Web-based dashboards, reporting, analytics, performance management and "mash-ups" with other Web applications.

"You can have it running with a window and a weather forecast for the cities you're in," said vice president of product management George Jaquette. "We also support key performance indicators, such as room occupancy for customers who own hotels and lodgings, so they can see which beds are full and how much they're getting for those beds."

Other enhancements include user-customizable data lists, workflows and alerts. The software provides custom field mapping with, contract renewables automation, and filtering of accounts receivable aging by customer type.

The on-demand software now runs from an IBM data center in San Jose, with a backup disaster recovery site operated by SunGard in Philadelphia. Intacct guarantees 99.8 percent uptime for the application, according to Jaquette, and experienced 99.97 percent availability in the past year. The accounting firm LarsonAllen is among those using the software.

A subscription to Intacct Spring 2008 starts at $10,000 per year, in addition to a one-time charge of $10,000. A subscription to Intacct Plus, with multi-currency and multi-company capabilities, costs $28,000 per year, with a one-time charge of $30,000. An upgrade path is available.

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