Sybiz proves compliance

SYBIZ Software has devised a method for proving year 2000 compliance of its accounting systems to suppliers, customers and bank managers.

The Sybiz Vision range of modules comes with a full set of sample accounts dated to 2000, providing a demonstration of the software processing.

Accounts provided include general ledger, debtors, creditors, inventory, sales orders, purchase orders, point of sale, job costing and bill of material.

Customer service director Sevva Nelson said many companies were providing letters indicating the action taken to protect their systems against the bug but this did not offer hard evidence.

“What our customers want for themselves and their customers is proof that the business transition from 1999 to 2000 will be seamless,” Ms Nelson said.

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