Friday, October 12, 2007

Thank You!

Thank you for everyone who visited us at the Coach & Bus Live 2007 show this week. We thoroughly enjoyed talking to each and every one of you. We learnt a lot from the event and have taken all of your feedback and requests on board and look forward to developing the functionality for you over the coming weeks and months.

Some of the requests we received were:-

  • Ability to calculate the distances on multi-pickup routes
  • Ability to include parking and congestion charges in the quoting variables
  • Ability to do auto-scheduling
  • Ability to do real-time backups of your data on demand
  • Ability to calculate non-journey events for FDR reporting
  • Ability to export invoices and payroll data into Sage
  • Ability to use the solution offline and synch with the server if you are not connected to the Internet at any time
  • Ability to take quotes online directly from customers
  • Ability to present timetables online in your websites
  • Ability to create a website and have it auto updated with your new information
We have taken a note of all of your requests and will add them to the workstack for planning and development where possible over the coming weeks and months.

We have already started development of the first item - distances on multi-pickup routes - as this was an item that a number of your requested and look forward to bringing you this functionality very soon.

If you think we have missed some of your request let us know and we will add them to the list.

Again - thank your for your encourage and we look forward to your continued support.

Regards

Mike

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

You mention about integration with SAGE, How about Quickbooks. We use quickbooks as its so much easier and uncomplicated than sage.
Also can we export into excel instead.
Just a thought.
Thomas

Mike Sadler said...

Yes, we are working on the ability to export into excel first.

Export into Sage & Quickbooks should be fairly similar as we will be using a standard protocol which can be used by both packages.

Thanks for your comment.

Mike