updated 11:00 pm EDT, Mon August 9, 2010
Auditing improvements, financial dashboards in v2
Computech has updated its business contact management and sales tracking software, BusinessMan 2. The software tracks and manages customer information, sales, vendors, suppliers, products, marketing, and even human resources. BusinessMan is both a customer-relationship manager, keeping all customer documentation in a FileMaker database, and an enterprise resource planner with scheduling, communication tracking, call handling and financial tracking capabilities. It also provides an integrated e-mail client and invoice modules.
Stock inventories get a new drag-and-drop system in v2. Users can build estimates and orders, including discounted orders, via drag-and-drop migration of inventory items. Auditing improvements prevent data modification while adding user tracking. The update also adds custom grouping for resource scheduling, sales, and purchase ledgers, with Sage and Quick Books support and financial dashboards for quickly viewing sales status information, purchase orders and product inventories.
BusinessMan 2 requires Mac OS X 10.5.7 or higher, with 512MB of RAM required on Mac OS X 10.5 systems and 1GB of RAM required for Mac OS X 10.6 systems. The software ships with copies of FileMaker Pro and, with multi-user licenses, a copy of FileMaker Server Advanced included. A single license sells for $800, while a five-license package costs $5,080 and a 20-user license can be purchased for $12,740. Larger packages can be purchased directly from Computech.