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Organise for Mac

Database app for small businesses.

$36.99
In English
4.3
Based on 2 user rates

Organise overview

Developer note: Organise is no longer supported nor available for purchase from the developer.

Organise is a database app for small businesses. This small-but-powerful database application will keep track of your orders, stock, customer details, and 'to do' list, and has some basic invoice and accounting functionality. My ethos is to keep things as uncomplicated and quick to use as possible, leaving you free to run your business with all information at your fingertips.

Organise is small, self-contained, and standalone. It doesn't require you to buy, licence, or install any other database application. It has a completely free and unrestricted 30-day trial.

Organise 8 is bundled with a report builder tool and Announce, a bulk emailer. There is also a user forum for support and ideas.

What’s new in version 8.2.4

Version 8.2.4:
  • Fixes issues when using Organise full-screen
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Organise for Mac

$36.99
In English
Version 8.2.4
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4.3

(3 Reviews of Organise)

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niop090
niop090
Jan 7 2012
5.1.3 Lite
5.0
Jan 7 2012
5.0
Version: 5.1.3 Lite
Great!
Amalgamated-Inc
Amalgamated-Inc
May 4 2007
2.2.1
0.0
May 4 2007
0.0
Version: 2.2.1
looks great but i don't see any way to import data (?) pretty key for dbase app.
Guest
Guest
Jul 24 2005
1.4
0.0
Jul 24 2005
0.0
Version: 1.4
it would seem to me that larger databases would run dog slow because it's just a file. mysql is a free database and most webhosts give you a free database. it is easy to back up, easy to transfer, in general easier to maintain and upgrade than an xml formated file. it seems like this would be a nice solution for only the smallest of small businesses, otherwise is too simplistic and will end up being a real headache if you need to move to something else later on. my advice, research all your options carefully.
drcrpsych
drcrpsych
Dec 17 2012
3.5
Dec 17 2012
3.5
Version: null
niop090
niop090
Jan 7 2012
5.0
Jan 7 2012
5.0
Version: null