Moraware Newsletter – November 2012

by | Nov 15, 2012 | Newsletter

Fabricator profiles, JobTracker and CounterGo updates

While you munch on a pumpkin pie, enjoy these fabricator profiles… and the latest updates in our software.

FABRICATOR PROFILES
KB Surfaces in Johnston, RI got into the countertop business in the most unexpected way. Here’s how.

Trussell’s Transformations in Albuquerque, NM does countertops, but that’s only one facet of their business. Here’s what they do.

If you’d like to read about how other fabricators are excelling at business, check out our weekly blog posts.

COUNTERGO
CounterGo lets you draw, layout, and quote countertops in 3 minutes.

Last week’s update lets you create a single quote with options for multiple products, colors, or edge profiles.

Here’s how to print out an estimate with color options.

Here’s the full list of CounterGo updates with explanations and help. To find out more, call us for an online demo. 866-312-9273

JOBTRACKER
JobTracker is scheduling software that replaces your whiteboard, file folders, and spreadsheets. Here’s what’s new:

Printing PO’s as PDF: You can now print purchase orders as PDF files.
Default page size: for PO forms, there’s a default page size. Here’s how to change it: http://help.moraware.com/article/625-change-the-default-page-size-on-purchase-orders

REMNANTSWAP
RemnantSwap is a free place to buy and sell countertop remnants. There are now over 23,000 remnants on the site!

There are new remnants in Ottawa – if you’re in eastern Canada you should take a look and post your remnants, too.

Here’s more info, including a 2-minute video.

EDUCATION
We’re preparing for trade shows early next year. Come see us:

* StonExpo – January 29-31, Las Vegas, NV
* Digital Stoneworking Expo – March 22, San Diego, CA
* Coverings – April 29- May 2, Atlanta, GA

CONTACT US
You can reach us at support@moraware.com or call toll-free 866-312-9273.

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