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Cognito launches accounting suite

Cognito launches accounting suite

NEW Zealand software developer Cognito Software has launched a suite of accounting software that it expects will attract larger organisations, and the resellers that service them, to the brand.

MoneyWorks Datacentre allows the hosting of multiple accounts databases on a central server and is a step up from the company’s other products, according to managing director Grant Cowie.

“It has moved up the chain a bit with a different target market that includes larger organisations,” he says.

Resellers for the MoneyWorks range include accounting firms, but Cowie believes Datacentre will attract a different type of reseller.

“It requires a higher skill level and knowledge of network technology to install,” he adds.

As the Manukau-based company claims demand for its wares is already high, Cognito is not pro-actively looking to add to its present base of around 100 resellers.

“We are happy to find new resellers, but do not need to right now and are not knocking on people’s doors,” Cowie says. Cognito has arrangements with distributors and resellers in Australia, Canada and Nepal, while it receives online orders from countries further afield, including the US and Britain.


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