Cognito has released MoneyWorks version 9.
MoneyWorks accounting software runs on either Windows or macOS. It can be a standalone, installed in a client-server environment, or host it in a cloud. Having a cloud-based system could be essential these days when a majority of us is working from home.
What’s new in MoneyWorks version 9?
MoneyWorks version 9 has lots of enhancement, and the main changes include:
- Optimising the performance when running in the newest Macs with M1 processors.
- 3rd party services.
- A Search function in the report preview window.
- An integrated Fixed Assets module.
3rd party services such as Bank Feed, Invoice Automation, and e-invoicing (Send and receive invoices electronically using the international PEPPOL standard) can install easier into MoneyWorks without having a separate script. Although some of the services are only available for New Zealand and Australian user, it is a good start for all.
With a search function, you do not need to scroll up and down the report, looking up information within hundreds or thousands of transaction. Enter the keyword that you wish to find and the results presented to you within seconds.
It is not just a fixed asset register that shows the number of assets you owned. MoneyWorks fixed asset is a complete fixed asset module that allows the accountant to process depreciation, revaluation, and disposing of assets.
Process the depreciation monthly or annually, or whenever you need to revalue or dispose of the asset, once you have set up the fixed asset. A journal posted automatically adjusting your asset value when processed.
We will discuss more on MoneyWorks fixed asset in our future post. In the meantime, you may download a trial to test drive the fixed asset (install version 9 onto a separate computer if you are still using an older version of MoneyWorks); or book a demo to find out how to using MoneyWorks to manage your business finance.
Visit the Cognito website to check out the change history of the MoneyWorks version 9.