Los Angeles (June 12, 2003 ) -- Low-end accounting software QuickBooks received a high degree of attention at the California Accounting & Business Show here this week.

Softline North America, which has been aggressively marketing its 18-module BusinessVision 32 business management software suite to businesses that have outgrown the functionality in QuickBooks, announced plans for a single-user BusinessVision version priced at $199. Rather than wait for users to outgrow QuickBooks, Softline hopes the lower-priced edition will be attractive to the entire low-end accounting market.

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