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Job Manager from MetaCommunications to Integrate with Intuit Products

Monday, April 16, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

Boston, MA - Seybold Boston 2001, April 9th, 2001 – Today MetaCommunications, Inc., the leading developer of job management and digital asset management software solutions, announces that version 3.01 of its Job Manager software will include comprehensive integration with Intuit’s (Nasdaq: INTU) Quickbooks and MYOB’s Accounting Plus accounting software systems. Integration with additional accounting systems is to be announced in the second quarter of 2001. By extending the functionality of traditional accounting systems, MetaCommunications’ Job Manager product adds features required by the Graphic Arts Industry such as estimating, job tracking, costing, data collection, workflow management and automated billing. According to Robert Long, Vice-President of MetaCommunications, “While Job Manager has always been capable of generically exporting data to third-party accounting systems, this release provides our customers with a very efficient and high level of integration right out of the box. Thousands of graphic arts businesses use Quickbooks or Accounting Plus; Job Manager will provide them the means to add the Graphic Arts specific functionality they need to run their business.” Job Manager 3.0 Job Manager is an electronic job tracking, costing, and billing software solution for the graphic arts industry. Job Manager lets you capture, manage, and track employee time/material usage on-line – allowing you to obtain instant job status, activity reports, cost analysis, and generate invoices automatically when a job is complete.

 

 

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