Poway, CA (PRWEB) April 20, 2014
Shop Boss Pro, a breakthrough, web-based shop management software package for independent automotive repair shops is the first to integrate all of the important features of a paperless office. Combining the best of Cloud Storage, Electronic Signature Capture and Electronic Document Storage and Organization, "GO PAPERLESS" allows auto repair shops to save time, money, storage space and protect the environment by reducing paper waste.
Utilizing Electronic Signature Capture on signature pads or on IPad™/Android™ tablet computers, shops can capture customer signature, attach it to estimates and invoices, then save permanent copies in the cloud. In addition, shops can also attach and upload pictures of work being done on vehicles, documents, pdf's and spreadsheets relating to the repair, and even vendor invoices. All documents, invoices and pictures are indexed to the repair order they reference, backed up nightly, and available to view, email or reprint as needed. No other Shop Management Software offers this service to their customers.
In a world that is increasingly concerned about "Going Green", Shop Boss Pro helps provide auto repair shop owners more green options that will also save the shop money and protect the environment. Since Shop Boss Pro is entirely cloud-based, one server can provide software to thousands of shops, reducing the need for expensive, energy consuming servers at the auto repair shop's physical location. It is also designed to be used on smaller devices like pads, tablets and laptops, so shops are able to use less energy to provide their customers and staff with the best service while taking steps to "go green". Chris Boshaw, CEO and President of Boss Software Inc states "Shop Boss Pro already services thousands of users saving over $60,000 worth of electricity per year. By adding electronic signature capture and electronic document storage, shops using the 'GO PAPERLESS' option will increase their savings, increase customer satisfaction, improve shop efficiency and help save the planet all at the same time."