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An Internet module for JobOrder is now shipping. The product, from Management Software, is a business process management software designed to offer a cross-platform solution to integrate the business operations of project-oriented service businesses such as design firms, advertising agencies, consulting companies and engineering firms.

Management Software says the product facilitates planning, estimating, scheduling, rescheduling, billing, accounting, analyzing and reporting. With its multi-processing Notifications Manager, JobOrder gives users full control over job planning and tracking, project management, workflow, and deadlines. It's targeted to organizations with 10 to 200 employees.

JobOrder's Internet module combines dynamic HTML elements with an internal programming language to enable JobOrder Server to publish itself on the Internet. JobOrder Internet provides an interface that closely resembles the normal JobOrder Client experience, according MacTech magazine .

By using the JobOrder Internet application programming interface (API), you can customize your JobOrder Internet Web site. The JobOrder Internet API provides the language for communicating requests to the JobOrder Server, which means that you can design your JobOrder Internet experience using any modern HTML editor. Internet API commands become part of the hypertext links and form actions of Web pages.

JobOrder 9.5 with SmartScheduler is on sale through Dec. 31. The Enterprise edition, the client-server version for 10 simultaneous users, has been reduced to US$5,450 from $10,450. JobOrder for Workgroups, the introductory client-server version for two simultaneous users, has been reduced to $1,495 from $2,995. Additional licenses are now $495 each, reduced from $995 each. For more or to order a CD demo version, go to the product Web site.

This story, "JobOrder's Internet module now shipping" was originally published by PCWorld.

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