TechnologyAccounting SoftwareAlpha Landsteinar launches mobile client

Alpha Landsteinar launches mobile client

Financial systems developer Alpha Landsteiner has chosen this year's Softworld Accounting and Finance exhibition in London to launch its new mobile client.

The company will be displaying its new product, which is designed to allow a change of business processes on the go, at stand 312 in the Grand Hall, Olympia on the 5-6 March.

The mobile client enables synchronized, up-to-date structured information such as financial postings, item information and customer and vendor information to be available to a business’ mobile workforce.

The Mobile Client has been developed to complement Alpha Landsteinar’s existing software range but is compatible with all Microsoft-based software.

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