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Starting up a mobile computer repair company and I am looking at POS/CRM solutions. I am trying out Commit CRM, but am looking to find other solutions that are out there to compare with.

Features I consider important are:

  • Web interface
  • Inventory management
  • Multiple employees (fingers crossed)
  • Asset tracking (tracking customers' equipment)

Who do you recommend?

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severfault question? Try serverfault.com –  Ciaran Aug 23 '09 at 22:56
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This question is valid for SU. However you would possibly get a good set of answers on SF. So I suggest posting it on both. –  Diago Aug 23 '09 at 23:01
    
Done! Thanks for the recommendation. –  Matt Behrens Aug 23 '09 at 23:26
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I use quickbooks for my business, it's not computer repair and I don't have a retail location. I do training, and my class site is not permanent. Most all of my customers pay on site or send in a check. I have my laptop which I also use for the presentation and take a printer for certificates and receipts. Several of the quickbook versions have employee, and payroll support, as well as POS "computer as a cash register"

I would use simple start, until you need the additional features the other versions give you.

You can buy simple start at retailers for $99 however you can download it for free from quicken.com

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I'd check into Microsoft's Dynamics system if I were you. Their CRM appears to be very good and can be accessed from anywhere through a web interface. From what I can see, they should have some POS stuff included, but if not, then they at least have the integration capabilities to get POS up and running.

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I've had great results with OpenBravo POS and you could hook it up with OpenBravo. It might be a little overkill for what you need but both are great products

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