INTERAC Software


 

INTERAC is a business and financial management solution designed for small to midsize businesses in North America. It offers a comprehensive suite of integrated applications designed to meet users’ needs across several industries, including accounting/CPA, construction/contracting as well as multi-unit franchises, such as retail or food and beverage.

Key features for the general business suite include core accounting applications (general ledger, accounts receivable and accounts payable), with integrated financial reporting, payroll and inventory management. Other, more industry-specific applications are available, which include job costing, subcontractor control, time tracking, service billing, human resources and a document management system.

INTERAC is available on-premise or as a Web-based, privately hosted solution that is compatible with Windows systems. Users have access to several training and support services including classroom, on-site or remote training sessions, as well as telephone, email, remote or on-site support. Implementation and installation services are also available.

 

INTERAC - HR manager main
 
  • INTERAC - HR manager main
    HR manager main
  • INTERAC - Main menu
    Main menu
  • INTERAC - Report options
    Report options
  • INTERAC - Select invoices
    Select invoices
  • INTERAC - Equipment summary
    Equipment summary
  • INTERAC - Job summary
    Job summary
Supported Operating System(s):
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 8

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David from Matchbook Creative
Specialty: Advertising
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

June 2017

June 2017

Helped when I needed it

Ease-of-use

Functionality

Product Quality

Customer Support

Value for Money

Pros

The software matched me with a handful of good options that met our organizational needs for drip email campaigns.

Cons

Although one-on-one communications were established for the platforms I was interested in, there were a few instances of constant sales emails from some of the other semi-qualified platforms that I somewhat expected, but wasn't interested in.