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iBiz 4 management app due on May 27th

updated 04:55 pm EDT, Tue May 19, 2009

IGG announces iBiz 4

IGG has announced details on the final version of iBiz 4, an upgrade to its time-tracking, billing and project management application. A public beta became available earlier this month, after the software was originally announced in January. The software adds statements, enhanced graphics powered by Core Animation, and a new iCal sync engine for the likes of projects, events, to-do lists and invoice due-dates. Users also receive additional templates for invoices and reports.

The new statements are used to create an overview of all past billing activity, and send invoices and payments from within a given date range, or else specific selected items. A modified main window for the app offers simplified access and organization, including the ability to sort clients into groups or view subtext, such as balances and past-due information.

The full version of iBiz 4 is scheduled to be released on May 27th. The software requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later, and can already be purchased for $40 new, or $20 as an upgrade. Also available from IGG is the iBiz Professional package, which includes iBiz 4 Server and two client licenses.






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  1. zl9600

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    3 is a P.O.S.

    I would be floored if the improvements were worth it.

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