is now offering eSPIRE to companies that want to use Mac OS X to drive their sales order processing and inventory control system. Features include order entry, status-driven sales order processing, inventory management with on-hand, en route, low and reorder quantities, integrated billing and delivery, printing of sales quotations, packing slips, invoices and sales order.
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Kelly Systems founder Ted Wallingford noted that his company recently publicly beta tested eSPIRE, with more than a thousand unique users grabbing the software in a period of about two months. ” … during that time the eSPIRE software was downloaded by over a thousand unique users — so eSPIRE is going to be a success in the Mac business software arena,” he said.
The software features FIFO (First In, First Out) and standard inventory costing, serialized inventory tracking, automatic box numbering, support Code 39 barcode printing — and support for USB barcode scanners, too.
Other features enable eSPIRE-based businesses to customize their pricing structures for particular customers or inventory items, based on quantity, individual fee assessment on line items, revenue and cost tracking by salesperson or items sold, inventory category and date. You can use eSPIRE to track gross profits, incidentals and perform other forms of analysis.
You can also generate custom reports, perform data inquiries on-screen, and export data to CSV format to use in spreadsheet software like Microsoft Excel.
eSPIRE costs US$249 for a single-user licenses. 3-user, 5-user, 10-user and 20-user licenses are also available.