Friendly Systems Newsletter February 2008

Easy way to reduce the cost of your next IT project


  1. Is your company about to purchase new software or upgrade your IT infrastructure?
  2. Is your company about to pay employees in Georgia for the time spent learning the new/upgraded software?
  3. Are you going to pay a vendor to conduct training for hardware or software?

If the answer is yes to all three questions then your company will qualify for a tax credit!

There are 31 Georgia state and 28 federal Technology Tax credits available. Even the government has figured out that money spent on training is well-spent, but only 1 to 5% of eligible businesses exercise their rights to these credits. Most of time they forget or feel the process is too time consuming. We can help sort through the numbers right from the start.

Call us before your next software purchase or upgrade to see how we can help you to reduce the overall cost of your IT project, specifically the training, by as much as 50%.

Welcome To Our Newest Allies

Friendly Systems is pleased to announce two new allies who recently converted to Sage MAS 90 and MAS 200:

SteelMart, Inc, a full service steel center with locations in Doraville and Gainesville, recently upgraded from QuickBooks Enterprise to Sage MAS 200 accounting and distribution modules.

Reliable Paper, a distributor of paper products in Acworth, GA, recently upgraded from Peachtree to Sage MAS 90 accounting and distribution modules.

Each company moved up to Sage MAS products as their growth had outstripped the capabilities of QuickBooks and Peachtree to reliably handle their transaction volume.

Friendly Systems provided data conversion, training, customization and project management to enable a smooth transition to a new system that will help each company to continue growing profitably.



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