UK - Software provider Sirius Financial Systems has released its update of its Swift administration system.
The new system offers an extended enquiry management system enabling quick and powerful data entry and extraction.
Current users of Swift 2001 are able to upgrade free of charge.
Swift product manager Ian Boswell said: “This continued development of Swift endorses Sirius’s commitment to ensuring that our existing and future customers have access to the latest technology available to assist them in streamlining and maintaining their business profitability.”
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