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JobOrder 10.0 Released At Macworld

JobOrder 10.0 Released At Macworld

by , 3:00 PM EST, January 7th, 2002

Management Software Inc. is releasing at Macworld a new version of JobOrder, bringing it to version 10.0. JobOrder is a business operations app designed for several aspects of a project-oriented business, including scheduling and billing. The new version includes many performance enhancements such as Blast Email sending and Benchmark Reports. According to Management Software:

JobOrder(tm) Business Management Software Release 10.0 at Macworld San Francisco 2002 in Booth #3754.

JobOrder offers a comprehensive, cross-platform solution to integrate the business operations of project-oriented service businesses such as design firms, advertising agencies, consulting companies, and engineering firms. JobOrder facilitates planning, estimating, scheduling, rescheduling, billing, accounting, analyzing and reporting.

Over 2,000 enhancements in this release provide businesses and corporate departments with unprecedented control over their scheduling, estimating, job costing, project management and accounting operations.

JobOrder 10.0 with SmartScheduler(tm) includes major enhancements to our unique analysis and display tools including:

  • Benchmark Report
  • Blast Email sending to Contacts
  • Calendar enhancements
  • Dynamic Road Maps
  • Estimates with Internal Approval routing
  • Expense Reconciliation for WIP Report
  • Internet customization for Client and Vendor access
  • Notification rules with advanced customization
  • Reports Center to store report settings
  • SmartScheduler enhancements
  • User-defined screens for industry-specific information

You can find more information about the new version of JobOrder at booth 3754 or at the JobOrder Web site. JobOrder 10.0 is available starting at US$1,495.00.

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