Colorado Springs, Colorado — January 1, 2007 — Zarra Studios LLC
(www.zarrastudios.com) announced today an upgrade to its flagship
product, seSales. The latest release, which is now at version 1.4,
includes a large number of enhancements and concludes the “Rental
Edition” feature set.
The primary focus of this release has been the addition of the
ability to manage rented items. However, there have been many
enhancements to nearly every section of seSales. A full list of the
changes can be found at
Simply Elegant Sales represents a completely native Cocoa solution
designed exclusively for OS X, with a primary focus of delivering a
fast and accurate check-out experience for the end customer. The
workflow for invoice processing is streamlined to work completely via
keyboard commands or by mouse menus. A cashier can choose the most
efficient process, avoiding needless delays while searching through
cascading menus to find the correct option for the customer’s order.
Simply Elegant Sales has very modest hardware requirements. If your
Macintosh is capable of running OS X 10.4 “Tiger” then it is more
than sufficient to run Simply Elegant Sales smoothly.
Pricing and Availability
Two versions of Simply Elegant Sales are available:
The entry edition ($249.00 US) is designed for the business owner who
may already have a credit card processing solution in place and does
not wish to manage employee hours via Simply Elegant Sales.
The standard edition ($469.00 US) is designed for the business owner
who wishes to have track employee hours, offer gift cards and/or
store credit. In addition, you can use the standard edition to
process credit cards through PayPal.
The software is available immediately. A demonstration copy is fully
functional and is only limited by the number of invoices and purchase
orders that can be created. You can download a copy today from our
Zarra Studios LLC was founded in 2005 with the goal of providing
quality business software to the Macintosh community. Today, with the
release of its flagship product, they are well on their way to
filling the gaps in business software for OS X.