Open Systems Traverse Review | PCMag

Open Systems and its Traverse financials platform may not be a “household name” among small and midsized business (SMB) operators, but it’s actually been around a very long time. Founded in 1976, Open Systems originally offered a minicomputer-based turnkey general ledger accounting system written in Business Basic. Over the years, the company divested its hardware division and offered an updated version of Open Systems Accounting Software (OSAS), which it still offers for operating systems (OSes) other than Windows, including Linux, Mac OS X, and Unix.

The Open Systems Traverse we’re reviewing here (which begins at $175 per user per month)

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