Linux Vendor Technalign Partners With InsynQ
To Offer Appgen Accounting Software For TaFusion MEPIS Linux
Jun. 30, 2006 12:15 PM
Linux vendor Technalign, has announced they are partnering with InsynQ's Appgen Business Software group to provide Appgen's MyBooks Professional and Custom Suite accounting software products to partners and customers via the Technalign Partner/Distributor distribution network. Technalign will deliver Appgen applications through their partner network, starting with a single user small business accounting application priced at only $59.00, and an Executive Dashboard reporting module for only $295.00.
"MyBooks Professional and the other Appgen applications fill a large gap we've experienced with our customers and partners alike - to get accounting software on the Linux Desktops and Servers," states Technalign CEO Dianne Ursini. "Many companies have been hesitant in the past to move from Windows to Linux in the SOHO and SMB markets, given the inability to run their accounting department software completely on Linux."
The second phase of the partnership will involve interfacing MyBooks Professional with Technalign's HIATLANTIS CRM, providing a total solution scheduled for release in the first quarter of 2007. HIATLANTIS currently interfaces to accounting software using a spreadsheet file to import to legacy accounting applications.
"The Appgen applications have been proven in the market for over 25 years" said Joanie Mann, Executive Vice President of InsynQ. "The relationship with Technalign will deliver to the market an additional high level of service and support for the product, and will bring partners and community members together with the development tools required to extend and expand the applications as their customers require."
The Appgen applications will be available with Technalign's Frontier, on the distribution CDs; version XI customers may download the TAFusion MEPIS package of MyBooks Professional from the tafusion.org download server.