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Accounting Software Consultations

This area is fully concern for basic IT usage of Office enviroment You could also use it to introduce your team, their roles and why they are so important to your business. and give them proper training to get maximum output from them.
  1. QuickBooks Software
    QuickBooks is an accounting software package developed and marketed by Intuit. QuickBooks products are geared mainly toward small and medium-sized businesses and offer on-premises accounting applications as well as cloud based versions[2] that accept business payments, manage and pay bills, and payroll functions.environment.
  2. MYOB Accounting Software
    MYOB was founded in the early 1980s by Christopher Lee a team of developers at Teleware, Inc., who developed accounting software. Teleware was purchased by Best Software, Inc. (now part of Sage) in 1993. Data-Tech Software was the Australia republisher of the MYOB products and, in 1997 entered into an agreement with Best Software to buy the company (renamed MYOB, Inc.) and bought the intellectual property rights to the software. In 1999, Data-Tech changed its name to MYOB Limited and listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) on 9 July 1999. In subsequent corporate development, MYOB Limited merged with Solution 6 Holdings in 2004. Though the company was founded in the US, it ceased operations outside of Australia and New Zealand in 2008.
  3. Tally Accounting Software
    Tally Solutions,then known as Peutronics,[2] was co-founded in 1986 by Shyam Sunder Goenka and his son Bharat [3] Shyam Sunder Goenka was running a company that supplied raw materials and machine parts to plants and textile mills in southern and eastern India. Unable to find a software that can manage his books of accounts, he asked his son, Bharat Goenka, 23, a math graduate[4] to create a software that would handle financial accounts for his business.[5] The first version of the accounting software was launched as an MS-DOS application. It had only basic accounting functions, and was named Peutronics Financial Accountant.[6] It was known as the first code less package, a feature that made it easy for most people to use.
  4. Busy Accounting Software
    Its very important in business environments so learn it well and use it in for your success.
  5. Sage Accounting Software
    The Company was founded by David Goldman, Paul Muller and Graham Wylie in 1981 in Newcastle, to develop estimating and accounting software for small businesses.[5] A student at Newcastle University, Graham Wylie, took a summer job with an accountancy firm funded by a government small business grant to write software to help their record keeping. This became the basis for Sage Line 50. Next, hired by David Goldman to write some estimating software for his printing company, Campbell Graphics, Graham used the same accounting software to produce the first version of Sage Accounts. David was so impressed that he hired Graham and academic Paul Muller to form Sage, selling their software first to printing companies, and then to a wider market through a network of resellers
  6. Peachtree Accounting Software
    Peachtree Accounting was originally sold by a software publisher founded in 1978 by Ben Dyer,[3] Ron Roberts, Steve Mann, and John Hayes. The company was carved out of The Computer SystemCenter, an early Altair dealer founded by Roberts, Mann, Jim Dunion, and Rich Stafford, which Dyer had joined as the manager and where the first software was published in 1977. The company expanded its offerings with its acquisition of Layered, an accounting program designed for use on the Macintosh. The company's products were included in the initial launch of the IBM Personal Computer, and it was acquired by Management Science America (MSA) in June 1981. By early 1984 InfoWorld estimated that Peachtree was the world's seventh-largest microcomputer-software company, with $21.7 million in 1983 sales.[4] After several subsequent changes of ownership ending with ADP, Peachtree was eventually acquired by the Sage Group in 1998 for US$145 million. Peachtree was the first business software introduced for microcomputers and the oldest microcomputer computer program for business in current use, with the possible exception of the original Microsoft Basic interpreters, also introduced in 1975.[citation needed]e.
  7. AccPac Accounting Software
    When you work with small network environment its very easy to set up and use at your office and maintain backup for security purpose.
  8. DacEazy Accounting Software
    When you work with small network environment its very easy to set up and use at your office and maintain backup for security purpose.