macOS New app Release – Orders 1.3

Product AnnouncementsTension Software of Milano, Italy has released Orders 1.3, an application for Mac to archive your company sales orders, typically coming in tabled or form orders, after a previous preprocessing or directly from web servers or other sources. The Orders application is just a part of your work chain and it doesn’t try to do it all.

Orders is about just one thing, archive your orders in a stable, secure place, easily maintainable and searchable, for successive output and post-processing and for any successive use.

It can import from CSV (comma separated values), CSV-S (char separated values using a semicolon) and FORM text files, and accepting different encoding formats. It can import also from ‘form’ format, from text files with a single record per file.

Orders provide an easy search and filter method to search inside all your records with preset periods: today, yesterday, current week, the previous week, current month, previous month, current year, the previous year.

It can import unattended and in an automatic way, processing at regular time interval your orders, archiving them in the internal database and moving processed input files in another folder.

What’s new:

  • Table now ordered in a Non-case sensitive mode
  • Table selection shows instantly how many selected and sum amount of selection
  • Selection dialog to specify form import folders improved
  • Bug fixes
  • Optimization

System Requirements:

  • macOS Version 10.10 or higher
  • 3.8 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Orders 1.3 is just $19.99 USD (or an equivalent amount in other currencies) and is available worldwide through the Mac App Store in the Productivity category.

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