Today, e2b teknologies announced the release of a new version of the company’s flagship accounts receivable management software, Anytime Collect 2014. The release is the most significant in the product’s history featuring a 100% browser-based design, significantly improved communication workflow, and completely redesigned screensand new icons making the software even easier to use than previous versions.
“The goal of Anytime Collect has always been to make the AR process faster, easier, and less daunting for companies of all sizes,” said
Anytime Collect 2014 is delivered with pre-define best practice rules and brand new email templatesto streamline and automate customer communication. A new report template editor allows companies to create their own letter templates without having to learn technical report design software.
In addition to having enhanced workflow, Anytime Collect is now a one hundred percent cloud solution. Prior versions allowed users to view information on the cloud and utilized
Anytime Collect 2014 is available in three editions – Small Business, Standard, and Enterprise for companies both large and small running most popular ERP accounting systems such as Intuit-Quickbooks, Sage,
About e2b teknologies
e2b teknologies is a Microsoft Managed Partner providing cloud-based business software applications and business services to progressive businesses worldwide. e2b anytime apps is the publisher of Anytime Collect credit and collections management software, Anytime Commerce, Anytime Supply Chain, and related Anytime brand products. e2b enterprise develops custom cloud-based business applications and resells leading ERP accounting software, CRM, and other enterprise business software applications.
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