Data is more than the buzzword it's become in recent years. It's a crucial business tool that professionals cannot afford to gloss over any longer.
Your customers are the core of everything your business does. So we’re streamlining two key areas of your customer workflows in simPRO - managing customer contact records and late payment fees. These features are available in the latest simPRO release, rolling out from April 22.
The latest release, rolling out from March 29, will help you develop a stronger image for your business with three new features coming to the popular simPRO Form Builder interface. You will also be able to quickly respond to change and adjust multiple resource Schedule Blocks.
Our latest update, available now in the Google Play and Apple Store, saw the complete rebuild of our eForms app on a new platform to better facilitate updates in the future and include two, new, heavily-requested features!
We’re always working on ways our solutions can boost your business profits. So, from March 17, we're rolling out a release that puts you in control of commissions. And, we're beefing up security on those wins with the addition of Two Factor Authentication (2FA). How's that for a "2-FA-1" deal of a release?
This week's release, which will begin rolling out from March 2nd, includes some exciting new improvements to Form Builder that will help those simPRO Enterprise users constructing quotes with the tool. Plus, for our Australian customers, we've got some new automatic catalogue and supplier invoice import options.
Understanding the difference between Gross Profit and Mark-Up will change the way you price your jobs forever.
We guess you could say that our latest release, rolling out on February 17th, is pretty iconic. Especially because we are introducing a new icon to show cost centre locked status! Plus, just to sweeten the deal, we've got some additional cost centre and tag improvements to better your simPRO user experience.
The start of the year is a great time to blow away the cobwebs and take a fresh look at the software driving your trade business. Can it handle a busy, growing workload? Or, will it create inefficiencies?