MarineCFO Announces Enterprise Version 3.0

Sunday, February 20, 2011

MarineCFO Inc. announced the release of Enterprise Version 3.0. which provides a configurable software solution that can grow and change with the business.  MarineCFO Enterprise v3.0 is based on the MarineCFO Business Framework, the toolset used to develop and enhance all of the MarineCFO products. This allows for controlled development and consistency across the interfaces and coding methodologies. With a strong Microsoft relationship, all products are built with mainstream Microsoft technologies. This includes the .NET framework, SQL Server, the Windows Communication Foundation, and Microsoft Office for productivity, analysis, and heavy data entry tasks.

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