This is a more powerful version of OrgCourier, with all of the features of the standard version, but with the additional capability to share data in real time over the Internet. This software is suitable for courier business. It's perfect for couriers to plan working hours so that the orders do not overlap with someone else and keep track of scheduled appointments. It'll store the information about clients, such as their address, telephone, email and comments. This modern and extremely handy program makes management a real pleasure. Included are two viewing modes, an automatic search option and password protection. The program has a handy interface to calculate and show the "fee charged", helping you to make decisions quickly. It's possible to create reminders to alert couriers about the things they should do. Available is an automatic search and auto-field filling for a customer, who has already been entered to the database. You can view the information about payments, daily income for any day at any moment when you need it. Exchanging data with other applications (Apple iCal, Microsoft Exchange Server, Android apps) is made easier with the new support for the iCal data format. For those people, who work in Microsoft Outlook, it's possible to export data. In case of crashes or virus attacks, there is an auto backup function with a possibility to remove old archives automatically. You may obtain a collection of days which are considered holidays for the specific country, and add these holidays to the scheduler. You pay for the program only the first time and get all new versions of this program for FREE and for a lifetime!
What's New in this Release: This release includes minor fixes and enhancements.
Link to OrgCourier for Workgroup sample code
Platform: Win2000,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,WinServer,WinVista,WinVista x64,WinXP
License: Free To Try
Business::PIMS & Calendars
Date Added: Mar 06, 2008
Last check for an update: Dec 05, 2016
Last version date: Oct 24, 2016
Page Visit: 540
Malware Status: Clean
Scan Date: Mar 23, 2008