MYOB updates Mac accounting solution AccountEdge

New Zealand business solutions provider MYOB, has today announced new updates to their AccountEdge product suite.

The product suite (AccountEdge Basic, Pro and Network Edition) is designed specifically for use on Apple products and now includes a range of new features, designed to improve accounting on Macs, iPhones and iPads.

The latest enhancements include:

Faster handling of bank statements:

It’s now even easier and faster to work with bank transactions. Both uncoded and added transactions can be viewed on the one screen when importing QIF or OFX files. When importing bank statements, recurring transactions can be identified and coded quickly to the relevant accounts.

Attach documents:

Documents can now be attached, making it easier to track important information about transactions and jobs.

Change orders:

With the new ability to track changes in orders, it’s a lot easier to manage complex projects and give more clarity and transparency to customers.

Add notes to transactions:

This new feature allows notes to be added to transactions that are visible to other employees – handy for reminders or special information about jobs.

Bulk delete cards and items:

A range of line items or cards can now be deleted all at once, a real time-saver.

Trust accounts:

The details of funds held in a trust can now be tracked and reported upon.

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