During this prolonged economic downturn, many companies are looking for ways to reduce costs while continuing to offer great customer service.
Here’s one way to do just that: rather than spending money on paper, envelopes and postage, smart companies offer their customers the option of receiving their invoices and statements via email instead of “snail mail”. Some even take it one step farther, by offering statements and invoices available for download on their web site.
This approach not only reduces the cost of labor and materials. It also can reduce the number of support calls because customers can help themselves. So everybody wins!
We have a customer who is going to start scanning checks, and then posting their bank deposits electronically. But they still have to get that data into their accounting software.
So they asked whether we could write software that could automatically post those transactions into their accounts receivable system. The answer is, we sure can!
I’m Dave Martin with I/O Technologies – a software company in Germantown, Wisconsin.
When you meet with someone to talk about your custom software project, one of the questions you might ask is, “Are they any good? — Do they provide a quality product or service? Would I be comfortable referring others to them?” You ask these questions because you know that some folks in your own industry are experts and professionals. And then there are all the rest.
So let me speak to your concerns. Over the years we’ve developed several software programs that we use in our office every day. Recently we uploaded them to our website, to share with our friends, neighbors and anybody else who might benefit from using them. These applications are totally free—we’re giving them away to showcase what we can do. If you’re interested, please visit our web site (iotechno.com) and click on the Free Stuff link for details.
At I/O Technologies, we write custom software that’s good for business.