Job Management Software

Discussion in 'NZ Computing' started by rob, Mar 26, 2007.

  1. rob

    rob Guest

    howdy

    I'm assuming there's a few people here who either run or work for a
    small computer sales, repair, service type business like myself.

    I'm looking for some job management software to try and bring a bit of
    sanity to my life. Sort of a Service management/CRM/job logging and
    scheduling/client asset register/dispatching etc. etc type thing. Idealy
    with a link/export facility for to Quickbooks.

    I've looked at a few including SmartTrade, Commit, Sybiz Vision, Exonet

    Would anyone care to share their experiences/suggestions?

    tia
    Rob
    rob, Mar 26, 2007
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  2. rob

    Malcolm Guest

    On Mon, 26 Mar 2007 15:43:29 +1200
    rob <> wrote:

    > howdy
    >
    > I'm assuming there's a few people here who either run or work for a
    > small computer sales, repair, service type business like myself.
    >
    > I'm looking for some job management software to try and bring a bit
    > of sanity to my life. Sort of a Service management/CRM/job logging
    > and scheduling/client asset register/dispatching etc. etc type thing.
    > Idealy with a link/export facility for to Quickbooks.
    >
    > I've looked at a few including SmartTrade, Commit, Sybiz Vision,
    > Exonet
    >
    > Would anyone care to share their experiences/suggestions?
    >
    > tia
    > Rob

    Hi
    Standard edition is free, http://www.timetrex.com/index.php

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    Malcolm, Mar 26, 2007
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  3. rob

    Ross Guest

    On Mon, 26 Mar 2007 15:43:29 +1200, rob <> wrote:

    >howdy
    >
    >I'm assuming there's a few people here who either run or work for a
    >small computer sales, repair, service type business like myself.
    >
    >I'm looking for some job management software to try and bring a bit of
    >sanity to my life. Sort of a Service management/CRM/job logging and
    >scheduling/client asset register/dispatching etc. etc type thing. Idealy
    >with a link/export facility for to Quickbooks.
    >
    >I've looked at a few including SmartTrade, Commit, Sybiz Vision, Exonet
    >
    >Would anyone care to share their experiences/suggestions?
    >
    >tia
    >Rob


    QuickTimer. It comes with Quickbooks.
    Quickbooks can export a customer list which Quicktimer can import.
    Record start & end (and comments) for each customer-job into an Access
    ..tdb file. Export all the job data at the end of the month. Import
    file into Quickbooks. (No scheduling/assets/dispatching AFAIK).
    Ross, Mar 26, 2007
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  4. rob

    rob Guest

    rob wrote:
    > howdy
    >
    > I'm assuming there's a few people here who either run or work for a
    > small computer sales, repair, service type business like myself.
    >
    > I'm looking for some job management software to try and bring a bit of
    > sanity to my life. Sort of a Service management/CRM/job logging and
    > scheduling/client asset register/dispatching etc. etc type thing. Idealy
    > with a link/export facility for to Quickbooks.
    >
    > I've looked at a few including SmartTrade, Commit, Sybiz Vision, Exonet
    >
    > Would anyone care to share their experiences/suggestions?
    >
    > tia
    > Rob


    Thanks for your replies Malcolm and Ross
    I've tried the QB timer before and found I need a bit more than that
    Will have a further look at Timetrex to see what it can do.

    regards
    rob
    rob, Mar 27, 2007
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  5. rob

    rob Guest

    Thanks for the replies
    I've tried Quicktimer but need a bit more than that
    Timetrex looks better but I really need something that handles the whole
    workflow from 1st contact through to invoice, repeat business etc.

    thanks
    rob
    rob, Apr 3, 2007
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