The AccessweB2 provides an integrated solution linking remotely hosted websites to back office accounting software.
The Essex-based company also revealed it is testing an updated version of AccessweB2 which is expected to be called AccessweB2.2, which is currently being piloted and is expected to be launched next month.
The 2.2. solution is expected to allow the user to be able to link with rival databases in what the company expects is a move which will boost sales.
So far the company has reportedly sold 120 AccessweB2 solutions.
Sales director Tony Barrow said he believed pricing of AccessweB2 would prove to be attractive and said the equivalent or rival products including those from Pegasus, Exchequer and Navision would be more expensive.
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