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Creative Manager Pro gets Leopard support

updated 07:40 pm EDT, Tue August 28, 2007

Creative Manager Pro 8.5

Creative Manager Inc. has released a new version of its flagship ad agency software and project manager groupware, Creative Manager Pro 8.5. In this release, the tool's set of financial reports are completely rebuilt. Many of the new features have been rebuilt in Flash, providing a significant speed boost. The new release also adds support for Mac OS X Leopard, to be released in early October. Also, in the new release, every report will be viewed on screen with options to send the report to Excel format or to PDF format. It will also enable the user to drill down from every number in the financials to the transaction list below it, with a further drill down to the actual transaction (PO, Vendor invoice, client invoice ,etc.). Allocation of overhead (by hours, by billings, and by labor costs) will be expanded to include new options, and user definable financial reporting columns have been added. Pricing starts at $380 per month for ten users.




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  1. que_ball

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Web based interface

    Why would a web based interface need specific OS support? It seems to me like this is just a way of generating another press release to keep the product on the news pages.

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