Any company that requires inventory as part of its services can benefit from our service/construction management software and the new module.
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) April 15, 2009
Making it easier for field service technicians and project managers to have necessary supplies readily available for work orders and installation jobs, Data-Basics has created a new requisitioning module for SAM-PRO Enterprise that ties into a company's inventory and purchasing departments. The new component works in conjunction with Data-Basics' service management and job costing software to efficiently designate materials needed to fulfill a work order.
Data-Basics specializes in service and construction management software solutions for a wide range of industries. The new requisitioning module was created to help businesses' purchasing agents easily buy in aggregate and more efficiently satisfy purchasing needs. This can help to reduce the amount of suppliers a company uses.
While out in the field using TechAnywhere wireless service management software, a technician can "requisition" items for a new work order or an existing work order. The system also allows technicians who visit a company regularly for maintenance to automatically requisition PM parts that will be needed each time a visit is made.
Various departments within one company can now work together to have a centralized purchasing group. This can result in quantity discounts and help increase efficiencies.
"The module allows project managers to see what has been procured versus what has been installed," said Tim Carcione, Data-Basics' director of product development. "Any company that requires inventory as part of its services can benefit from our service/construction management software and the new module."
Read more about the requisitioning module here: http://www.databasics.com/sam-pro/requisitioning-module.html
Data-Basics specializes in integrated service management software, facilities management software, job costing, accounting and field service software. Our products are ideal for companies in construction, HVAC, plumbing, telecom, food service, retail maintenance, and specialty and mechanical contracting.