Macola Partners with Microsoft to Improve Progression Series 7.5

Macola Software has enhanced the speed and efficiency of its signature business management software by packaging Progression Series 7.5 with Microsoft SQL Server 7.0, the leading Windows NT Server-based database.

Macola is a Microsoft Solution Provider Partner that develops software products using the Microsoft Windows and BackOffice environments. The Ohio-based software company reported that it will now ship Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 with the latest version of the Macola Progression Series.

The combination of Macola software and Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 gives small and medium-sized businesses the ability to incorporate data warehousing and other industry solutions at a level that exceeds the operating capabilities of Microsoft Office.

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