For a home-based or personal business, HOPE Software provides a unique set of management aids and help

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HOPE Software has offered proven success for home-based businesses.

HOPE Software - Run the business side of your activities effortlessly. Concentrate on your customers!

HOPE is both a business goal and an acronym for Help for the One Person Enterprise.

All tracking of business and personal activity can be on one coordinated calendar, or on separate calendars as desired.

The calendar is your "control center." Each part of the HOPE programs can write to the calendar and set up potential sets of activities for you, including appointments and reminders.

HOPE is an extremely sophisticated set of computer programs, but their use is surprisingly easy. This outcome is because function is in large measure "automatic." Rather than trying to communicate all sorts of information to you, and forcing you to become a "data entry" clerk, most of the hundreds of programs involved communicate their information to each other. The entrepreneur and associates get only the targeted and tailored output needed for them to drive the business.

HOPE Software - Main Features

Main HOPE Features are as follows:

Simplest possible tracking of inventory.

Automatic correlation of customer past purchases.

Suggestions for add-ons / "upselling."

Automated purchasing and reorder.

Support for bar coding.

Attractive invoicing and aid for collecting on open accounts.

All accounting (sales tax, etc.) is not only captured but consolidated with draft reports ready to submit.

Running A Business Has Never Looked So Good

The toughest part of any "one person enterprise" is the constant drain from regulations, accounting and other non-productive activities. HOPE does much of this other work for you so you can focus on your customers.

To do so, HOPE runs programs on independent computers which are connected together by networks. Each computer works with its own database during its workday. After the workday's end (or at a designated time on third shift for twenty-four hour work stations, or Internet sites), the computed totals and database states are melded. The resulting summary database is placed in its updated form on each workstation in the network, as desired.

While the above description is a little technical, believe me, when you use it it does so much for you. It is really easy!

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