Accounting is probably a chore to most of us (professional accountants aside), which is why we’re thankful there are companies like Acclivity, who has just released their 2013 edition of AccountEdge Pro to tackle them on our Mac or iOS device.
Acclivity has announced the availability of AccountEdge Pro 2013, the latest version of the company’s small business accounting software for the Mac. The update brings a huge list of improvements, including a new mobile version coming soon.
AccountEdge Pro 2013 introduces the ability to attach files to records, allowing bookkeepers to file documents, images or scans in one place instead of scattered to the four winds. Copies of these documents are filed in a unified AccountEdge documents folder, keeping your core data lean and mean all year long.
The new version also introduces a new Bank Statement Import feature, essentially a worksheet that acts as a middleman between import and reconciliation to take some of the drudgery out of balancing the books each month.
While it didn’t arrive alongside the new Mac update, AccountEdge Mobile 2.0 is also on the way for iOS devices, offering the ability to accept credit cards with an optional, secure swipe device connected to any iPad, iPhone or iPod touch. Acclivity is also debuting a new flat-fee merchant account to go along with the updated software.
There are literally a ton of changes in AccountEdge Pro 2013, so be sure to check out the complete list, and then head to the company’s store to purchase the latest version, available to new users for $299 or as a $159 upgrade; free, 30-day trial version as well as a more expensive Network Edition are also available.
AccountEdge Pro for Mac 2016 (US Edition) [Download]
- Powerful, easy to use, desktop small business accounting software
- Manage banking, invoicing & quotes, purchase orders, time billing, inventory, and pay your employees
- Sell items online with Shopify via the AccountEdge Shopify Connector (subscription required)
- Integrated Business Services: credit card processing, electronic payments, outsourced payroll, direct deposit