Indie developer Erziman Asaliyev has released Nano Enterprise Management for Mac OS X 3.3, an update to his management app designed exclusively for small businesses.

The app allows small businesses to easily manage purchase orders, sales, suppliers, warehouses, and inventory without any special training. It uses a locally-hosted database, and doesn’t require an Internet connection, so it can be used anytime, and anywhere.

Nano Enterprise Management offers a framework to allow for management of any type of small business. It offers everything a growing small business needs to manage everything; from orders, to sales, to cashflow. Users can immediately get a feel for using the app, as it includes a sample set of data to work with and use to become familiar with it. Once a user feels comfortable with how everything works, they can clear the sample data out of the database, and begin entering their own information.

With Nano Enterprise Management, configuration of goods and inventory is a simple-to-setup process. Users can create a record for complicated goods, such as laptop computers, furniture, or even automobiles. The app walks users through entering information for each inventory item, allowing for the name of the item, a bar code number, the SKU, category of goods and more. Photos of the items can also be included.

Transactions, such as sales and refunds can also be quickly entered, and then searched and reported on. Banking records are also easily entered and maintained using the user interface. Once it’s time to view the status of a business, users can instantly view a snapshot of cash on hand, inventory, and orders, as well as track sales, suppliers, manufacturing output, and warehouses.

Nano Enterprise Management for Mac OS X 3.3 requires Mac OS X Yosemite or El Capitan. Version 3.3 adds new default values for specifications to goods, shipment and calculations, as well as minor bug fixes. It costs $14.99 and is available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store in the Business category (