First Look: NetLedger Migration Program

By SmallBusinessComputing Staff | Posted December 18, 2002


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NetLedger announced new migration capabilities that will let businesses switch from's legacy stand-alone SFA application. Called the Legacy SFA Switch Program, NetLedger's offering includes products, a migration wizard, and license credits that are designed to make it easy for businesses to move from an isolated salesforce management application to the company's integrated business management suite.

This new program complements the company's existing migration tools that let users of legacy front-office systems (Goldmine and ACT!) and legacy back-office (QuickBooks and Peachtree) to migrate to Oracle Small Business Suite.

Among the more than 30 companies that have migrated from to NetLedger's business suites in the past months are The Steele Foundation, Designs for Health, HandyAll, SmartSynch, and Peak Placement, LLC.

Delivered as an online service, NetLedger's products enable companies to manage all key business processes in a single, integrated system. There is no hardware to procure, no large, up-front license fee, no maintenance fees associated with hardware or software, and no complex set-ups.

Since NetLedger's first online accounting application launch in 1999, the company has surpassed the 6,000-customer milestone. The company has expanded its product offerings by delivering integrated ERP and CRM suites, including Oracle Small Business Suite and NetSuite.

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