One Office 3000
OneOffice 3000 is a remarkably strong suite of software for the money. The standard modules are rich in features, and can be customised with hundreds of parameters.
Midrange Systems is licensed to hold and use the source code to OneOffice 3000 software, which means that:
- we are able to carry out any modifications and additions to the package software that are required
- access to the source code gives us a 100% understanding of the software
We have augmented many of these, already powerful, modules with additional features for industry specific tasks, but as we are able to modify the standard modules, we can when required change the software to provide an exact fit to our customers' needs, and provide them with a business advantage in doing so.
This is an attractive benefit to those organisations, perhaps now moving to their second or third suite of business software, who now have a very clear idea of their requirements and are not prepared to 'fit in' with a completely standard package. We also do this in a manner that does not preclude the normal software updates which are released regularly.
Talk to us about your requirements and we can help you find the best solution.
Sales Order Processing
Purchase Order Processing
Bills of Materials
Works Order Processing
Automated Bank Reconciliation
Cash Flow Forecasting
Charity Accounting including Fund Accounting
Charity Grant Administration
Charity Voucher Banking
Electronic Forms mailing
Fresh Food Distribution
MiniDIP - Document Image Processing
Multi-location, multi-bin stock control (one product split over several bins)
Point of Sale (Pos)
Skip Hire and Waste Management Invoicing
Works of Art Accounting
All OneOffice 3000 applications are written in a high level fourth generation language. The data is normally stored in a Microsoft SQL Server or a Pervasive SQL database.
This enables customers to drill into the data directly with Excel, Word, Crystal Reports, or any other software tool using ODBC access. SQL files are also expanded automatically meaning that they do not have to be continually managed to avoid suddenly running out of space.