PracticePeople In PracticeDragnet unveils trade-in programme

Dragnet unveils trade-in programme

The company said the launch followed an increasing demand from SMEs to achieve full back-office integration. The programme is targeted at users of all main SME online trading systems, including Intershop, Pegasus and Sage.

Dragnet gives web control back to SMEs www.accountancyage.com/IT/1119485

PeopleSoft has rolled out its MarketPay offering – thought to be the first internet-based global financial settlement solution for B2B marketplaces. The solution enables companies to manage invoice approvals and disputes online. It has been designed with PeopleSoft 8 in mind and so offers multi-currency, multi-lingual, and multi-tax processing abilities.

Peoplesoft in Visa deal www.accountancyage.com/IT/1114091

St Albans-based asset management specialist AssetWare Technology has identified what it claims is a serious but little-recognised problem for organisations. Stephen Moriarty, AssetWare managing director, said: ‘Our research showed organisations are overspending by as much as 20% due to under-utilisation, inefficient maintenance, unnecessary purchase and petty theft of assets.’ The solution, says Moriarty, is an enterprise wide solution holding common information in a central database.

New life for Catsoft www.accountancyage.com/IT/1108008

BASDA has accredited two more packages – Squaresum Dream and Exchequer Enterprise – for euro compliance. The award confirms the software has been tested to ensure that it fully complies with the BASDA EMU Specification for full Level 2 euro compliance. Testing was partially carried out by Ernst & Young, Netherlands. Other packages which have achieved Level 2 accreditation are CODA Financials 7.0, Scala 5.1, Systems Union’s SunAccount 4.2.5-4 and 4.2.6, Squaresum’s Dream Version 2.10 and Exchequer Enterprise.

Details of all the EMU accredited packages can be found at www.basda.org

CODA has launched CODA-Financials version 8.1, a commerce suite for B2B and B2C self-service accounting. With version 8.1, CODA believes it is leading the move to provide organisations with a new generation of ‘self-service’ accounting solutions to allow users to access and input key financial data worldwide.

Additional information about CODA is available at www.coda.com.

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