NEW YORK – Italian software company Cascinanet has announced the launch of BMAN, a complete solution for business management. Designed for small and medium-sized enterprises, it provides centralized management of inventory and warehouse operations. The product also handles accounting, quotes and orders, electronic invoicing, and contracts, and integrates with VoIP systems and e-commerce operations.
The system can be customized, down to each individual field. It can manage all aspects of logistics, including serial, lots, and also sizes and colors. In addition, full operational management, automated taxation, and other features enable all warehousing capabilities to be streamlined.
Compatible with all operating systems, the software is web-based, and its interface has been optimized for access by any touch screen device. It can manage accounting faster and conducts these operations automatically. The system can also be used to create budgets. It converts estimates into order confirmations, enabling the business to obtain all materials needed from the supplier.
Orders can be managed and tracked over the web. Users can view historical timelines and view pending orders. Contract management includes deadline monitoring and automatic sending of renewal proposals. Customers can view and update subscription information via a public web interface. Also, companies using BMAN can manage their database of subscribers.
Integrating with the BindCommerce service, BMAN can be used to manage e-commerce operations. It can likewise integrate with Amazon, eBay, and other platforms, and with any major Content Management System. Additionally, it integrates with VoIP systems, affording access to a centralized address book. One can see who is calling, view call reports, record calls, and call contacts from an address book or contacts management software.
BMAN is available as a free demo, with full functionality for 30 days.
To learn more about BMAN and its features, and to access the demo, go to http://www.bman.it/
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