|AccLogix is a freeware accounting and CRM system which includes billing, bank accounts, creditors, multi-currency, debtors, timesheets, inventory control, quotations, orders, invoices, expense management and financial reporting.|
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|OS||Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista|
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AccLogix is a freeware accounting and CRM system which includes billing, contact management, bank accounts, creditors, debtors, multi-currency and multi-region support, timesheets, inventory control, quotations, orders, invoices, expense management and financial reporting.
timesheet, debtors, quotation, Accounting, inventory, invoice, creditors, billing, crm
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