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MYOB Launches First Product In Next Gen Accountright Suite

3 August 2011


MYOB Launches First Product In Next Gen Accountright Suite


MYOB, New Zealand’s leading provider of business management solutions, has released a new addition to its popular AccountRight range - MYOB AccountRight Basics.


MYOB AccountRight Basics is the next step in the evolution of MYOB’s AccountRight range, with a multi-million dollar R&D investment made to ensure it’s more flexible, more helpful and easier to use. AccountRight Basics has been enhanced in line with customer feedback, to provide greater customisation, simplicity and depth of information.


AccountRight Basics enables a business to easily get started with their business management requirements, through a powerful, rich Windows experience and as their business grows the AccountRight range grows with them.


Julian Smith, MYOB General Manager, said, “The release of AccountRight Basics marks a significant milestone for the company’s software development direction. AccountRight Basics sets the scene for an exciting 12 months, which will see the release of software that will enable business people to become more connected and more efficient, giving them full advantage of the opportunities and convenience of the online world.”


AccountRight Basics delivers new connections to Microsoft Office (2003-2010) making it easier than ever to email invoices and statements (via Outlook), mail-merge customer letters (via Word) and view and analyse reports in Microsoft Excel. MYOB has completely rebuilt the reports and forms functions to make tailoring reports and forms (such as invoices and statements), to present the most professional image, a breeze for business owners.


AccountRight Basics makes it simple for every business to set and track budgets for all their income and expense categories. Business owners can now easily see how their business is performing in a glance, thanks to the Business Insights dashboard. In addition AccountRight Basics delivers a range of intuitive and innovative features that will streamline business accounting, banking and customer relationship processes.


To increase connectivity, AccountRight Basics syncs with Microsoft Outlook or any MAPI compliant email client and exports information into Microsoft Excel workbooks. For accountants and partners, the company data auditor also makes it easier and quicker to identify data issues and check the validity of the data.


MYOB is helping businesses make the most of the internet and its product roadmap is designed to offer a choice of accounting products and business solutions to suit any type of business, regardless of their size or the industry they work in.


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