ACCTivate! 7.2 Inventory Software for QuickBooks® Releases with Over 100 New Features

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Inventory and distribution software creator, Alterity, Inc. continues to further enhance the capabilities of QuickBooks and improve business management for small and medium-sized businesses with new features in their recent software release, ACCTivate! 7.2.

ACCTivate! 7.2 inventory software for QuickBooks released with multiple alternate, related units of measure capabilities for selling, purchasing and pricing

ACCTivate! 7.2 inventory software for QuickBooks released with several enhancements including multiple alternate, related units of measure.

Every one of our software releases addresses the inventory, distribution and operational challenges businesses face everyday. ACCTivate! 7.2 includes several solutions to those challenges, one being the expansion of the unit of measure capabilities...

Alterity, Inc., the leading provider of inventory software for QuickBooks, recently released ACCTivate! 7.2, the latest version of its award-winning, feature-rich software. The new release introduces over 100 enhancements and new features for QuickBooks users.

“Every one of our software releases addresses the inventory, distribution and operational challenges businesses face everyday. ACCTivate! 7.2 includes several solutions to those challenges, one being the expansion of the unit of measure capabilities to meet the unique requirements of specific businesses and industries,” Ron Souder, Alterity CEO and Founder said.

The enhanced unit of measure functionality allows companies to now sell, purchase and pack shipments in multiple alternate, related units of measure. Sales orders, purchase orders, pricing and vendors can be processed in an alternate unit of measure related to the stocking unit of measure for inventory.

The customizable dashboard and reporting capabilities have been optimized to improve performance and usability. The reports and dashboard gadgets powered by Crystal Reports®, instantly give users more details about the presented data by drilling down to related ACCTivate! windows, such as sales orders, customer information and product information.

ACCTivate! 7.2 also introduces an edition for Canada that supports QuickBooks Canada 2010. It provides the same robust features of the parent product that have solved QuickBooks small business users’ inventory control and business management needs since 2003. There are editions of ACCTivate! 7.2 for South Africa and the United Kingdom that directly integrate with QuickBooks UK, as well.

Virtually every ACCTivate! solution has been enhanced to help businesses using QuickBooks achieve more efficient and productive results and a competitive advantage — including inventory management, warehouse management, purchasing, barcoding and mobile, EDI, CRM, sales order management, picking and shipping, service management, decision support tools and reporting.

“ACCTivate! is continually evolving to meet the needs of growing businesses in several industries by providing powerful features that can be used across the entire organization for inventory control, business management and customer satisfaction,” Souder said.

About Alterity, Inc.: Alterity, the creators of ACCTivate! for QuickBooks Inventory and Business Management software, helps companies solve their inventory, warehousing and distribution needs, while also delivering a complete business management system. Alterity is an Intuit QuickBooks Gold Developer and ACCTivate! has twice received the designation of "Awesome QuickBooks Add-On" by the largest community of QuickBooks professionals in the United States, The Sleeter Group.

ACCTivate! is a feature-rich inventory solution designed for QuickBooks that enables companies to gain control of their business and manage everything from inventory to customer service management - all delivered in an interactive interface complete with robust reporting and a dashboard for turning data into information. Try the free trial today to experience the power of ACCTivate!.

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