Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 29 / OCTOBER 1982 / PAGE 215

Apple And Atari Programs From Synergistic Software

Synergistic Software has released the Inventory Manager, an inventory control software package for the Apple II computer.

The Inventory Manager can deal with 2700 different inventory items on a two disk system and with 1200 inventory items on a one disk system. It can break the inventory items down to 13 different categories of stock and can list 99 vendors who supply those inventory items.

The Inventory Manager issues reports which summarize profit margins, calculate wholesale to retail mark-ups, list back order status, recommend reorder points, print purchase orders, and more. The program can list the 75 top selling items with their profit margins or can list the profit margins of the 13 different categories.

Owners of small to medium-sized retail businesses can use the Inventory Manager to check what they have ordered, what they have received, and what is on back order. This program is fast, menu-driven, and user-friendly. Cost is $149.95.


Synergistic Software also announces the release of Probe One, a new action adventure game for the Atari 400/800.

Probe One combines high-resolution color graphics, sound effects, arcade-like action, and adventure strategy. The Terran Confederation is fighting the domineering Drelgan Hegemony for possession of a newly developed matter transmission device. The player must battle the guard droids through a labyrinth of rooms in a remote space colony before capturing the matter transmitter. Each time the game is played, the obstacles are different.

Probe One requires a 40K Atari 400/800, BASIC cartridge, and paddles or joystick. It sells for $34.95.

Synergistic Software
830 N. Riverside Drive, Suite 201
Renton, WA 98055