As first revealed by AccountancyAge.com last month, the package has been the focus of intense development throughout the summer.
The version includes added web-based reporting capabilities and e-mail integration. The company said that despite the launch of Opera II, there were no plans to withdraw the last version of Opera.
A spokesman for the company said: ‘The launch of Opera II means Pegasus is back on the map with a genuine, easy to use, market leading product to take to the market.
‘The timing of the launch couldn’t be better as a large number of end-users are looking to move away from their old systems. We will certainly be leaving the show on a high,’
Pegasus also unveiled its new brand at the show, incorporating the yellow of parent company Systems Union, formerly Freecom.net.
Further functions of the Opera II package including Fixed Asset are due to be launched in the first quarter of next year.
The Opera II launch – some nine years after the launch of the original version – has also served to wipe away any doubts surrounding the company, following a hectic six months for the SU Group, culminating in reporting an operating loss before registration costs and amortisation of £8.8m for the six months to 30 June.
‘The consolidation of the group has now taken place and the latest results are all part of the business plan. We are now back, focussed and ready to move forward and re-establish ourselves as the market leader’, added the spokesman.
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