Moraware Newsletter – July 2013

by | Jul 26, 2013 | Newsletter

We’re super excited to announce a major update to CounterGo! You can now let dealers make their own quotes.


Solid Surfaces, Inc. of Rochester, NY went from one guy with a saw to the biggest fabricator in the area. Here’s their story.

Crowe Custom Countertops in Atlanta, GA really understands internet sales: More details, here.

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


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

Now your dealers can create their own quotes. If you’re working with a kitchen and bath dealer (or other outside salespeople) they can instantly give the customer a quote with multiple color and edge options, even when your business is closed.

Too many fabricators waste time making quotes based on poorly-drawn, faxed sketches. Instead, you can give your dealers the tools to make the sale right away.
Here’s more info.

Or, call us for an online demo. 866-312-9273


JobTracker is scheduling software that replaces your whiteboard, file folders, and spreadsheets.

Adding a shortcut: Here’s how to add a desktop shortcut, to save you time getting to your favorite JobTracker pages.
Updating activities: Want live, up-to-date information on jobs? First you’ll need to update job activities.

To find out more, check out our online help. Or, call us any time. 866-312-9273


RemnantSwap is a free place to buy and sell countertop remnants. Take a minute and see what materials are near you. Search for any color or material and we’ll show you what’s closest to you.
Here’s more info, including a 2-minute video.


It’s always great to learn new things about running your business. Come see us:

* Stone Industry Education – September 19, Dallas, TX
* Park Industries Digital Expo – October 11, Denver, CO


You can reach us at or call toll-free at 866-312-9273.

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