|| ||"joanie_mann" <jmann-AT-cpaasp.com>|
|| ||Who says there are no applications for Linux?|
|| ||Tue, 1 Feb 2005 09:16:41 -0800|
Who says there are no applications for Linux?
Today, Appgen's accounting solutions, MyBooks Professional, is available
for Linux users
- starting at under $100!
Appgen general business and accounting applications are Linux-native,
and have been since 1997.
These were the first Linux accounting applications to be IBM Netfinity
ServerProven. In fact, Appgen PowerWindows was awarded the "Best Office
Solution" by the Editors of Linux Journal in the Penguin Playoffs at
Comdex/Linux Business Expo in Fall 1999.
The Appgen Linux Java client, introduced in 1999, means "No Windows
Necessary." Small-to-midsize businesses can have all the benefits of GUI
in a pure Linux environment. And Appgen applications support both GUI
PCs or character mode terminals, simultaneously.
All Appgen applications are modifiable, scalable, portable, multi-user,
multi-company and cross-platform compatible. Mix and match client and
server platforms, selecting from Linux, Windows or Mac.
Some things never go out of style
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