NetBooks Raises $6.9 Million for Small Business Management Software

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NetBooks Raises $6.9 Million for Small Business Management Software
September 6, 2007

NetBooks raised $6.9 million from CMEA Ventures and Integral Capital.

What does NetBooks do?

NetBooks is a software system that is meant for an entire company to run an entire company.

VCU says:

It appears that NetBooks is often compared to Quickbooks, however NetBooks replaces the need for QuickBooks and provides more. While QuickBooks was designed to address the bookkeeping problem, NetBooks was designed to solve the whole business management problem: sales, customers, vendors, production, inventory and shipping.

See their Dopplr site Netbooks.




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