OfficeBook Inc., the software development firm behind the OfficeBooks cloud-based business management software, is rolling out new customization options including custom data fields.

OfficeBooks users now have the ability to add additional data fields to the input screen, which also affects the types of reports users can generate.

Users also have access to straightforward accounting tools, contact management solutions, work orders, sales and purchase orders, and up-to-the-minute inventory and resource control.

The standard (non-customized) OfficeBook suite is still available for free at the introductory, single-user level. To access more features and allow for an unlimited number of users, clients pay a monthly subscription fee.

“With customization, small business owners can adapt OfficeBooks to their specific needs, whether that's new input fields, numbering schemes, design schemes or user authorization protocols,” explained OfficeBook president and founder John Hunter . “Until now, customized cloud based ERP software suites were cost-prohibitive for all but the largest manufacturing operations. Dynamics, Epicor, Netsuite and other comparatively expensive packages have monopolized the market for too long. The OfficeBooks team has worked tirelessly to change the dynamics by making customization on the small and medium scale an affordable option for the first time.”

OfficeBook Inc. began as part of LightMachinery Inc., a manufacturer of high-power laser systems and precision optics. In 2008, the company became a standalone entity focused on business management software and systems.

For more information visit the company's site

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