M.Y.O.B. bundle aimed at small businesses

The makers of M.Y.O.B., Data-Tech Software, have announced a new product bundle providing all the "essential" software a small business needs to get up and running.

Called the M.Y.O.B. FirstAccounts Value Pack and priced at $199, the bundle includes:

M.Y.O.B. FirstAccounts -- an accounting system designed for small businesses, it allows the user to do invoicing, cashbook, bank reconciliation, general ledger, receivables and payables.

DtMS Phonedisc -- a CD-ROM that features more than six million residential listings and more than one million business listings in Australia, for direct marketing purposes. Reverse phone number look ups, searching by a variety of criteria and direct-dial are some features of the Phonedisc.

IMSI's WinDelete -- an uninstaller utility, which can differentiate between critical files such as DLLs crucial for system performance and garbage.

IMSI's Net Accelerator -- improves the efficiency of Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator and your modem, making Web browsing faster.

Vet Net Surfer -- virus detection and protection for the PC including e-mail attachments and downloads.

Data-Tech Software

Phone: (02) 9770 9000 or (03) 9222 9777

http://www.datatech.com.au

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