Moraware Newsletter – April 2014

by | May 6, 2014 | Newsletter

COUNTERGO

The latest CounterGo update includes a built-in installation charge, based on the area of the countertops.

You can now add custom sinks as you’re creating a quote, and it’s possible to specify the dimensions of a cooktop cutout.

CounterGo lets you draw, layout, and quote countertops in 3 minutes. Find out more by calling us at 866-312-9273.

JOBTRACKER

The latest JobTracker update lets you see how many late activities you had on yesterday’s shop view.

We also more than doubled the attached files you can have – now 100GB are included with all versions of JobTracker.

This month’s top help article was about using phases. Here’s a short video that explains how and when to use phases.

JobTracker is scheduling software that replaces your whiteboard, file folders, and spreadsheets. To find out more, call us any time. 866-312-9273

FABRICATOR PROFILES

SolidTops of Easton,MD shares their low tech, low cost way to reinforce large cutouts. They’ve saved hundreds of hours on transportation prep work, and repairs. Here’s how.

Blasius, Inc. in Vassar, MI wanted to improve their communication between sales reps and their wholesale customers. They use JobTracker to track all of the activities with their accounts. More details here.

EDUCATION

We’re happy to be involved with several industry education seminars. Please join us!
5/14-5/15/2014: ISFA Knowledge is Power in Pittsburgh, PA
5/14/2014: Stone Industry Education in Toronto, ON
6/13/2014: Park Industries Digital Expo in St. Cloud, MN
6/19/2014: Stone Industry Education in Dulles, VA

REMNANTSWAP

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.

CONTACT US

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

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