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 Posted: Fri Oct 8th, 2010 01:27 pm
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I am looking for some software for running a company. I would like one that tracks customers and inventory.

Thanks in advance...

Sabastian

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I just saw a good one on EBAY for sell for $50...I'll see if I can find it later tonight.



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see if this is what your looking for

service software



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i am writing a software now that manages services calls just like we have.

it will track real time inventory. real time routing if you have multiple employees. direct search links for model number/parts look up. job codes/rates..part pricing etc.

let me know of any features anyone wants. i will definitely debut it here.



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i'm trying wintac now. not that intuitive to me, so the learning curve is a bitch... does alot of stuff i don't need. dispatching is pretty cool and mostly what i wanted. financial stuff is kind of weak.

anyone else using this software, i would love to do a custom work order, or see how others are using this.

 

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oh... and expensive.



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Know it's not the cheapest, but quick books is super easy to set up for ppl without a lot of computer knowledge, or even without a lot of business knowledge. You can set up and use whichever portions of it you want. Maybe not the best, don't know what else is our there but it works great for my landscaping business. Tracks most everything with customizable reports.

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