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Production Software / Job List

Discussion in 'Business Management' started by adamfilip, Oct 22, 2012.

  1. adamfilip

    adamfilip Member

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    Curious what people use to track jobs if doing it digitally
    Im trying to find something where I can see all jobs in a list and the status of them quickly

    I have 5 staff and they all need to edit simultaneously.
     
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    we use http://basecamp.com/

    It works fairly well, and is easy to use. It offers a calendar among other features.
     
  3. eahicks

    eahicks Very Active Member

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    We've recently converted to SignVox....it does that for you and more. Quite a learning curve going to this from Activity POS. It is a pain in some areas but for job status alone, it is good.
     
  4. adamfilip

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    anyone use Signtracker.com?
     
  5. slappy

    slappy Very Active Member

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    I actually just got sig-nify installed here on friday.... looks like a pretty cool little system to see what i have got going on with projects, it highlights important stuff, but i haven't had a chance to get all my jobs into it yet, so i can't go into great detail since i just got it. And i'm really unorganized with lots of paper and post it notes everywhere... but this actually seem like a pretty slick program to have.

    http://www.sig-nify.com/

    here is some youtube videos on it. Contact Daniel at the phone number on the webpage if you have any questions on it.
     
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  7. rfulford

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    I built a Microsoft SharePoint site. It has been working really well but we also have a corporate IT department and it is hosted on one of our corporate servers. I am sure it would be a total pain if I had to administer the software and the foundation myself.
     
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