Port Charlotte, Fla. (PRWEB) March 24, 2008
With new Web synchronization features, ScheduleView answers the requests of business users with the latest upgrade to their popular scheduling software. The new ScheduleView Version 3 is available now.
"This new version is based on suggestions and features customers had repeatedly requested," said Harry Selent, president of ScheduleView (http://www.scheduleview.com). "These were big things we couldn't add to the existing version. So we bundled them together into version 3."
The newest version of ScheduleView scheduling software introduces a number of new Web synchronization features designed to make life easier for both employees and customers.
Employees like service technicians no longer have to call up the office and spend 15 minutes navigating voicemail to find out when they have appointments. With the new appointment-scheduling software, they can access that information online with a few clicks, as well as additional information like name, address and other appointment notes. Built-in mapping features help eliminate wasted travel time.
"The biggest improvement with the new version is convenience," said Harry Selent, president of ScheduleView. "There's no point in wasting somebody's time on the phone when the questions you have could just as easily be answered with a few clicks of a mouse."
Research shows customers expect online convenience as well. A recent Harris Poll survey showed 71 percent of medical patients wanted to make appointment requests online.
With the new version of ScheduleView appointment-scheduling software, clinics can offer that convenience to their patients.
"Look at it from the patient's perspective," said Selent. "They have to go through the whole process of calling the office, waiting on hold, or leaving voicemails. All they want to do is check to see when their appointment is, or see if they can schedule an appointment a few weeks ahead of time. That's such a tremendous time saver right there."
Steven Blackwood of the Healing Arts Center is one user who's found ScheduleView's medical appointment-scheduling software a worthy investment.
"All totaled, I think ScheduleView is still a great product, and does what other products we have tried doesn't," Blackwood said. "It does a great job translating what our good old paper book looked and felt like onto the screen. Plus it added great customer databases, mail merge abilities, and other (features) that are extremely useful."
Download a fully-functional, 30-day trial of ScheduleView appointment-scheduling software here: http://www.scheduleview.com/appointment-scheduling/scheduling-demos.htm
About the Company:
ScheduleView was founded in 2001 with the passionate mission of helping service businesses, professionals and medical offices manage their calendars, maximize billable time, reduce no shows, simplify rescheduling, reduce scheduling conflicts and headaches, and allow everyone in the office access to the same calendar information.
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