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Hi I have searched the net and forums. I am starting a small online retail store. I will not be using visa machines ..but really need something to organize inventory and suppliers and expenses etc.

I do not need POS or ecommerce functions.

Any suggestions? I looked at Ibiz but they do not have inventory functions.

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This any help?
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Thanks will try the demo now. Anyone else have suggestions?
Inventory control is a priority. Moneyworks gold does have it but wondering if there are others. Anyone use Quick books?
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I have used QuickBooks, but with the inventory option

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I second the quickbooks. It is very nice system with tax integration. It can grow with you if your bussiness goes that way.
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Thanks will try the demo now. Anyone else have suggestions?
Inventory control is a priority. Moneyworks gold does have it but wondering if there are others. Anyone use Quick books?
Here's a few hits I got from VersionTracker that might work out:
Distribute 1.2.1 software download - Mac OS X - VersionTracker
Big Business 7.0.6 software download - Mac OS X - VersionTracker
Small Business Tracker 1.8.7.3 software download - Mac OS X - VersionTracker
MacPOSX 1.4 software download - Mac OS X - VersionTracker


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lifeisabeach, Thanks.. Distribute looks good.. wonder if anyone has tried it..
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