PracticePeople In PracticeIT News in brief – 15 October

IT News in brief - 15 October

Sage’s Line 100 out soon

PC accounting software house Sage announced last week that a new, 32-bit Windows version of its client/server Line 100 product will be available from 16 November. The new Line 100 follows hot on the heels of version 2.0 of the entry-level Line 50 package, which was launched at Softworld last week.

Sage customers and software dealers will be able to see Line 100 at the company’s Expo in Birmingham next month.

Dataflow SQL compliant Dataflow UK, based in Staines, has developed its dataflow32 accounts package to work with Microsoft’s SQL Server database. The company said customer demand for Windows NT/SQL-based software drove the development, and is working on a toolkit to integrate Web-enabled ‘applets’.

Asset Pro new version Catsoft UK has introduced a new version of its asset management program, AssetPro. Version 3 is a 32-bit Windows product, based around Microsoft’s SQL Server database. As well as providing new property sheets and tree views, the new version allows users to create their own asset views.

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