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Mamut to distribute AccountEdge in UK starting in April '10

updated 04:20 pm EST, Tue December 15, 2009

Acclivity signs deal

Acclivity, producer of the small business accounting software AccountEdge, has announced a partnership with Mamut Software to offer an upgrade path for UK MYOB Mac customers. The two new products, AccountEdge and AccountEdge Plus for the Mac, will be available in April 2010.The programs will carry the Mamut name, launching in the UK as Mamut AccountEdge and Mamut AccountEdge Plus.

Mamut AccountEdge is the next generation of MYOB's Mac products, and features an improved interface, with more efficient navigation. It also has a business insights feature that allows users to research data like ratios, turnover, profits and operating balances. Google Maps functionality has been integrated.

Requirements and pricing have not been announced. The current US version requires Mac OS X 10.4 and QuickTime 5; Office 2004 or 2008 is required for OfficeLink. The software costs $300, roughly 200.




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  1. nowwhatareyoulookingat

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    ugh

    Hopefully, this works out better than it did for Accountedge users when they made a distribution agreement with Intuit in Canada...Intuit decided to a) not distribute Accountedge b) not provide updates to Accountedge c) not work on a new version of Quicken for Business because they had no significant competition anymore.

  1. shawnde

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    I hate intuit

    And I still believe the accounting software market on the Mac (and even on Windows) is in desparate need of some serious competition. Some new brave developer needs to come and make a cross-platform product and sell it for cheap and clean everybody's clocks !!

    However, I DO like AccountEdge. It's far better than anything Intuit has done in their entire lifetime.

    There are only two companies that I loathe as much as Microsoft; one is Intuit, and the other is Symantec (a distant third is Adobe, but they're getting close). I wish all three would go under really soon, so we can just be rid of them, and start fresh.

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