- Specifically designed to meet the needs of recession-hit economy
- Provides the operational insight and financial transparency for profitable decision-making
- Optimised for small to medium sized companies
- Available as a standalone package
- Launch offer makes upgrading from out of date software or manual systems even more affordable
- Also launching today, the InBusiness Construction Suite
Improving financial control at small to medium sized companies took a leap forward today with the launch of the COMSS InBusiness Accounting Suite. This new software package is a lean financial management system that enables fitter, more profitable businesses. Data entered just once is available to all other parts of the financial management system. And, all the unnecessary functions that clog up other financial software have been removed to deliver a streamlined accounts package that is much easier to use and low cost to run.
The InBusiness Accounting Suite meets the needs of small and medium enterprises in a broad range of sectors. It integrates Sales, Purchasing, Inventory, Distribution and Accounting into a single powerful business management application. As a result, it delivers increased operational and financial visibility for less effort and at less cost. It provides all the financial rigour required to run a profitable business.
It can scale from a single location to support multi-company, multi-location, multi-branch and department businesses. It includes multi-currency functionality and uses streamlined processes to deliver financial management functionality that enables businesses to be more efficient and more productive.
John Tallon, Director of Product Development at COMSS, said: “We originally created the InBusiness Accounting Suite to be the financial heartbeat of our InBusiness Construction Suite, also launched today. However we soon realised that we had created a very powerful accounting package that would deliver value to companies across many different sectors.
Our simple subscription-based pricing means we’ve removed any barriers to upgrading from out of date accounting software that could be holding businesses back.”