Taro Announces New Version Release of ProGold i2 With 3 New Data Interfaces Banking, Payroll and Accounts Payable

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Taro Systems today updated its signature real estate software ProGold i2 with next generation data interfaces, powerful accounting features, direct banking deposits and a new IDX/RETS company hosted website. Starting at $1,295, the new ProGold i2 is up to 50 percent faster and new data interfaces will streamline the accounting functions within the real estate office.*

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“Our customers love the speed performance of the ViewMyListing.com Sync process, on-line no registration, daily ProGold i2 training courses and all-in-one integration,” said Paul Lee

Taro Systems today updated its signature real estate software ProGold i2 with next generation data interfaces, powerful accounting features, direct banking deposits and a new IDX/RETS company hosted website. Starting at $1,295, the new ProGold i2 is up to 50 percent faster and new data interfaces will streamline the accounting functions within the real estate office.*

“Our customers love the speed performance of the ViewMyListing.com Sync process, on-line no registration, daily ProGold i2 training courses and all-in-one integration,” said Paul Lee, ProGold i2’s Senior Product Development Manager of Taro’s Product Development. “With these next generation data interfaces, we've made the world’s best real estate software system even better.”

The new ProGold i2 features include an interface to Bill.com an online bill paying system, direct deposits to local banking and a payroll interface to (A)utomatic (D)ata (P)rocessing, Inc. These next generation data interfaces feature user security protection for a safe and secure data interface and a powerful new dashboard to view, monitor and edit data submissions. With the new data bridge mapping interface, the new ProGold i2 has the most powerful Single Entry capabilities ever found in an all-in-one software system.

To date, Taro Systems has developed more than 850 Multiple Listings interfaces, Bill.com interface, (A)utomatic (D)ata (P)rocessing, Inc. payroll interface, franchise interfaces to Century 21, ERA, Coldwell Banker, Weichert, and Re/Max real estate firms.

In addition, our real estate software system office features also include a company Customer Relations Manager (CRM) system that provides seller login features and agent login features to enhance communication between the company, sellers and agents and provide Search Engine Optimization to agents’ listings and personal real estate profile.

Today's changes are consistent with Taro’s mission of providing cutting- edge tools and information to real estate owners so they can provide superior service to their agents, employees, sellers, buyers and even competing agents. For more information about our Search Engine Optimization service for your website, visit http://www.taroseo.com. Read about or comment on updated Taro news and observations on official ProGold i2 company website at http://www.ProGoldi2.com or follow us on Twitter at http://www.twitter/#!/tarosystems

About Taro System, headquartered in Grand Rapids, MI, with over twenty nine years in operation, possesses the knowledge needed to develop unique and dynamic solutions to address industry-wide problems. The proof of Taro's dedication can be found in the successes of Taro Systems' clients - real estate companies of all sizes - including Century 21 Commonwealth representing the Frankin Real Estate for Sale area one of the largest real estate companies in the industry. Taro Systems is technology aligned with relationships, providing outstanding customer service to the people that count - the customers!

CONTACT:
Tom Wilkins
V.P. Customer Relations
Taro Systems, Inc.
6860 Cascade Road SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546
Phone: (800) 949-3330
Email:support(at)taronetwork(dot)com
Fax: (616) 940-2893

*$1295 is a one time user licensee fee and $132.00/month for ProGold i2 Lite. For more information visit http://www.progoldi2.com.

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