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IntelliScanner Debuts IntelliScanner Pro 400 For Business Users

TMO at Macworld - IntelliScanner Debuts IntelliScanner Pro 400 For Business Users

by , 2:00 PM EST, January 12th, 2006

SAN FRANCISCO -- IntelliScanner Corp. on Thursday debuted IntelliScanner Pro 400, an inventory and barcode scanning solution aimed at small- and medium-sized businesses. The bundles includes a USB scanner as well as software that helps businesses track inventory, manage databases, create invoices and sales receipts, organize office media and more.

IntelliScanner Pro integrates with FileMaker Pro for database management as well as QuickBooks Pro 2005 and MYOB AccountEdge for invoice and receipt creation. The bundle also includes Inventory 1.5, which features 18 types of database templates for tracking products, the media organizer Collection 2.0 and the barcode creator xTagger. In addition, 100 polyester asset tags are part of the bundle.

IntelliScanner Pro 400 sells for US$399. Mac OS X v10.3 and a USB 1.1 or 2.0 port are required.

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