Birmingham-based CSM Ltd is attempting to become the leading accounting software supplier for MS-DOS micros with the release of Statesman, a new management database package. The company has been developing the software for over a year, alongside networking distributor ADT, which is also part of the Advansys Plc group to which CSM belong. Written in C, Statesman is designed for MS-DOS micros and Novell Inc’s NetWare, and claims to integrate accounting practices that are currently fragmented it operates as a stand-alone product, but will be targeted at multi-user networked stations. CSM claims that Statesman will have a competitive edge as a result of its fully user-definable screens, access to data from within other applications, and an automated letter and report writer – it is fully compatible with CSM’s previous accounting offerings, Taxman, Minuteman and Auditman.
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