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Neat previews NeatWorks for Mac 3.0 at Macworld 2010

updated 01:20 am EST, Sat February 13, 2010

Version 3.0 adds Tax categories, sub-folders

Neat has launched NeatWorks for Mac 3.0 (site not updated) at IDG's 2010 Macworld Expo. The scanning software provides a system for digital filing that allows users to import and organize receipts, business cards, and documents. Users can create expense reports and keep records of vendors, dates, totals and sales tax. Supported scanners include the company's NeatDesk and NeatReceipts (portable) devices, along with HP and Canon scanners.

Version 3.0 introduces tax categories, allowing receipts to be scanned directly into separate groupings for tax purposes. Additionally, the new version can create sub-folders for a higher degree of organization of receipts, business cards and other documents.

The software will require Mac OS X 10.4.11 and is slated to ship in March for $80. The companion scanners cost $200 for NeatReceipts or $400 for NeatDesktop, both of which will ship with the software included.










by MacNN Staff

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  1. Skwidspawn

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    $200

    What's the $200 difference between the two products?

  1. rvhernandez

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Upgrade Pricing?

    Hopefully it's a free upgrade for existing customers. The previous version was filled with bugs and when your database gets big - it got slow and buggy...

  1. rvhernandez

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Screen shots?

    Any screen shots of 3.0?

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