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Old 11-13-2017, 11:19 AM   #1
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Do you recommend using a Mac, for the business, for management purposes... inventory, appointments, etc..
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Old 11-17-2017, 03:07 PM   #2
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You certainly can use a Mac for Business, but most business machines use Windows and not Macintosh. Macs are usually used or Creative businesses, like Architects, Artists, Musicians etc. and they cost 3 times as much.
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You can do that stuff on an iPad, or even iPhone, or any smart phone/tablet. It really depends on the software you will be using. As a long time Mac user, I generally don't recommend them to people anymore unless they are invested already in the system.
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Most business packages (Accounts Payable,Receivable, Inventory, Payroll, General Ledger etc.) are geared to Windows and at one time Unix. Macs are preferred by those needing graphic processes like Printing Firms.
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