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The Other Shop Software: Business and Management Software

(March 2014) posted on Mon Mar 03, 2014

More than 30 sources for business and management solutions that can make you more efficient—and profitable

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Cut-Estimator Pro enables users to project the cost of cutting/routing projects. The software utilizes material-specific values in defining cutting/routing methods, speeds, and tooling requirements for the machine used. Cost, sales price, and number of work hours needed for each project are then generated. The software can provide up to six alternative estimates based on different quantities, the company reports.

Cyrious Software
Cyrious Control offers Windows-based, customizable business-management systems designed for the sign, graphics, and printing industries. The software includes these tools: Sales Management, Estimate, Shipping, Invoice, Work Order, Track Jobs, Manage Production, Accounting, Inventory and POs, Marketing, and others. Its Cyrious Online allows shops to set up websites for each major customer or customer group, create account-specific products, process orders and payments, and more.

DiMS! business-management software is designed to streamline and automate a range of administrative and printing processes. Modules include: Sales/CRM, Estimating (with an Estimating Wizard that integrates job ticketing and cost accounting, Order Management, Planning, Purchase/Inventory, Scheduling, Production, Shipping, Accounting, Finance, Management, Plant, Customer, Supplier, Carrier, and others. It’s JDF-compliant.

The DynamicsPrint solution handles various aspects of a print job, from estimating and scheduling to shop floor and fulfillment. Print-specific modules include Advanced Estimating, Sales Order Generation, Automated Scheduling, Shop Floor Control, and Workflow Management. Financial-management modules include Financial Accounting, Assets Accounting, Personnel Management, and Value Added Revenue Calculation. Other modules are Purchase Planning, Logistics Planning, Fulfillment, Marketing, and Contact Management.


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