Springing into Updates & Webinars

March 1, 2017 at 1:47 PMJoshua Goldberg

Hey Cruncher's! Hope everyone's 2017 is starting off well! Here at Numbercruncher, we've been busy between our First Client Retreat, that just passed & getting our newest product, Order Time, ready for launch!

Our First Client Retreat was a HUGE success & everyone in attendance had a great time, learning everything there is too know about All Orders & networking with fellow Numbercruncher Customers. If you weren't able to attend this year, make sure you keep your eyes out for information on next years Client Retreat, happening in February 2018!

 All Orders Update 6.2.14

Numbercruncher has released update version 6.2.14 for All Orders. Since the last major update we pushed out was 6.2.10, 6.2.14 covers all the release notes from the past couple minor updates (6.2.11, 6.2.12 & 6.2.13). Please find all the release notes for 6.2.14 below. To update, please click HERE or visit Numbercruncher.com --> Support --> Software Updates --> All Orders Version 6.2.14

- Added All Orders Features:

* New Preference to allow Item Costs per Vendor to be entered in the Purchased as Measure Cost

* View Line #'s on Documents

* Currency & Exchange rate columns are now available on all Document Lists

* Checkbox on Location to Include/Exclude their Quantities from the main Item List

* Preference to ignore QuickBooks Errors stating that a User has updated their information in QuickBooks

* Payments can be added to Invoiced Ship Docs

* Ship Doc Ref is Editable, even after being Invoiced/Shipped

* Preference to hide Standard Cost & Discounts on the Purchase Order

* Linked Ship Docs/Customer Returns on the Ship Doc/Customer Return Screen

* Allow Payments to be processed in the Gateway, even after posting to QuickBooks

- Fixed All Orders Features:

* Division by zero error on orders with $0 totals and Discounts assigned

* Overflow error after selecting a Group on the Item screen

* Consignment Customers not loading

* Shift + Z shortcut preventing Capital Z from being typed on the screen

* Adding a new Attribute to a style making inactive styles, active again

* Emails unable to send from the List without an email assigned to the Customer Account

* Package Type assigned to Items not showing in the Shipping Estimator when launched from the Sales Order

* Package Type weight added to weight total in Shipping Estimator

* Cannot delete default form values assigned to Customers/Vendors

* Discounts not calculating properly for some Customers

* Custom fields for Kit selection Items not editable

* Repair Orders send to QuickBooks not picking up the Proxy Items

* Back Order column on Sales Orders not updating as Quantities are entered

* Error adding new Yes/No Items to Kits on the fly

* Foreign Currency Prices on Quotes using Price Levels changes with Exchange Rate update

* Changing the Cost on a Sales Order updates the Cost to keep the Discount the same when the Discount is what should be changing

* Handshake errors when getting UPS rates

* Leave the Ship Doc number off the Invoice memo in QuickBooks, if the Invoice number matches the Ship Doc number

* Errors trying to create Vendor Returns from Repair Orders

* Linked Sales Orders created from Repair Orders not showing in the list of Linked Documents

* Payments with open amounts when the entire Payment has been used

* Purchase Order Statuses on Sales Orders not showing fully Received, when it is in fact, fully Received

* Shipping estimate rates defaulting to multiple packages on quotes/orders

* Item type not valid when trying to add a job to a customer return

If you need help installing the update, please visit the Update Setup Instructions Page, located on the All Orders Version 6 Update Page (View directions on accessing the update page, above) or contact Support to schedule an update appointment

All Orders Weekly Webinars

After the success of our Client Retreat, Numbercruncher.com has decided to launch a FREE Weekly Webinar Program with our In-House Trainer, Veronica! Each week will feature a different in-depth, hour-long LIVE training demo conducted via teamviewer software. These webinars are currently for existing Numbercruncher Clients and are limited to five participants each week, however we have plans to expand the number of weekly participants & open the webinars up to non-Numbercruncher customers. Participants will be required to preregister for the event, no later than 24 hours before the webinar starts. More details on the Webinars & Registration process will be announced in the coming weeks, but if you are interested in more information or would like to request a topic to be covered, please email jgoldberg@numbercruncher.com

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Why does QuickBooks show Accounts Receivable, when it's on a Cash Basis?

March 1, 2017 at 12:59 PMJoshua Goldberg

The best way to begin this blog topic is to discuss what on earth are we talking about?

Accrual Basis is a bookkeeping method in which you regard income or expenses as occurring at the time you ship a product, render a service or receive a purchase. In Accrual accounting, the time when you enter a transaction and the time when you actually pay or receive cash, may be two separate events. An Accrual-Basis report shows income regardless of whether your customers have paid their invoices and expenses, regardless of whether you have paid all your bills

Cash Basis is a bookkeeper method in which you regard income or expenses as occurring at the time you actually receive a payment of pay a bill. A Cash-Basis report shows income income, only if you have received cash and expenses. If you have not received a payment for an invoice, a Cash-Basis report does not include the income

What's the difference? The Cash accounting method is very straightforward: When cash comes in the door, we record it as revenue & as cash goes out the door, we record it as an expense. The Accrual accounting method is a bit more complicated. With the Accrual method, you need to record revenue when you earn it. For example, you ship a customer on net 30 terms, Using the Accrual method, revenue would be recorded when the product ship, whereas in the Cash method, revenue is recorded when the customer pays after the 30 days.

Likewise, when you purchase an inventory item, your Bill, Check or Credit Card charge will debit the item's Inventory Asset account and credit your Accounts Payable, Bank or Credit Card account. It is not debited to an expense account because (a) it is an asset that you can sell for future benefits & (b) you record the expense to match the income. When you ultimately sell the inventory, QuickBooks will record Revenue and Cost of Good Sold.

So if you are using the Cash Method, you would expect there to be no Accounts Receivable, right? That is not always the case, especially if you have Inventory. Recall that when you create an invoice, QuickBooks records both the Revenue and Cost of Good Sold, but since you are on the Cash Method, Revenue is not shown your Profit & Loss report until you receive the check from your customer. But it would seem right to not record the Revenue, yet still record Cost of Goods Sold, so QuickBooks will temporarily "plug" that amount into your Accounts Receivable. It would make a lot more sense to plug that back into Inventory Asset, but QuickBooks is QuickBooks.

Here are some helpful hints:

The best way to track your Inventory Purchases is to run the Inventory Valuation Summary/Detail reports for all dates:

- Accrual-Basis reports will count Sales as of the Inventory Date & Count Expenses as of the date the goods or services were received

- Cash-Basis reports will provide the reader with a history of cash inflow & outflow

- Under Cash method, Income is reported in the year it is received & expenses are generally deducted in the year they are paid

QuickBooks automatically sets itself to the Accrual Method of accounting because the Generally Accepted Account Principles (GAAP) basis requires the Accrual Method. But since the GAAP is what's generally accepted & not what's required, you are able to customize your QuickBooks to record in the Cash Basis instead.

Although you may have your preferences set to Cash-Basis reporting, some reports will automatically default to an Accrual Basis. Since Accrual Basis is the more common of the two types of accounting method, QuickBooks defaulted the Profit & Loss Report to this method. If you would like to be able to run your Profit & Loss Report without having to customize it each time, you can setup and save a customized report

 The process for customizing your Profit & Loss Reports differs in QuickBooks Desktop & QuickBooks Online

 - In QuickBooks Desktop:

- Click on Reports Tab

- Run the Profit & Loss Report

- At the top left of the Report, click on the Customize Button

- In the pop-up window, set the Account Method to Cash Basis

- Click Run Report

 - In QuickBooks Online:

- Click on Reports to open the Report List page and select the Report you'd like to view

- At the top, click the Customization button

- In the new window that opens, go to the General section and then note which Accounting Method is selected

- Click to select a new Account Method

- Make any other necessary customizations and click Run Report

Your Profit & Loss Report shows the Sales of Product Income accounts and the Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) accounts that are associated with your inventory-enabled Product/Service Item. COGS is an account that reflects the cost of materials and goods held in inventory and then sold. When you sell an item from your inventory, COGS increases by the amount you paid for that item when you purchased it. The difference between the income from the sale & the increase in COGS is the Gross Profit of the sale of that item

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New Years, Same Crunch

December 29, 2016 at 7:43 AMJoshua Goldberg

As 2016 comes to a close, we take the time to reflect on the past year and look forward to the next 12 months. 2017 should bring a lot of excitement for Numbercruncher.com with our upcoming Client Retreat in February & the launch of Order Time, our Web based Inventory, Orders & Customer Management software

We are 39 days away from our First Client Retreat & the Retreat Hotel discounts end on January 6th! If you are planning on attending, and haven't reserved your hotel yet, please book it prior to January 6th. Recently we released our Retreat Agenda Topics & will be releasing a more detailed Agenda with times, during the first week of January, keep checking the Retreat Agenda page for the latest details.

Since we always get requests for new features, we decided as an added bonus for attending the Client Retreat, all attendees will be instrumental in helping Numbercruncher decide on our newest feature for All Orders!  

Numbercruncher is excited to announce 71lbs & GoToItSolutions as our Retreat Sponsors! 

Did you know that if your business ships via FedEx or UPS, you are entitled to refunds on all late shipments, invoice errors and lost or damaged packages? 71lbs will track down your shipping refunds that your business is entitled to, but probably don't know about, with zero effort on YOUR part! 

GoToItSolutions help you tap into software solutions customized specially for the needs of your business by combining their extended knowledge of consulting and IT. They do what they do best, so you can do what you do best!

Numbercruncher.com wishes all of our customers a Happy & Healthy New Years & Successful 2017!

Finally, Numbercruncher's CEO Ian Benoliel, would like to end 2016 with some parting words; "Here is what I learned in 2016. Two friends of mine, both under 50 years old, have been battling Cancer. Health issues are BIG problems, everything else are small problems. If you take that approach, you will find yourself enjoying life a lot more." 

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Holiday Crunch

November 22, 2016 at 11:54 AMJoshua Goldberg

Hey Cruncher family, hope everyone's looking forward to the upcoming Holiday season! The Numbercruncher offices have been hustlin and bustlin lately with the launch of All Orders CRM Beta & our upcoming launch of Order Time, as well as the planning for our upcoming Client Retreat. Today's blog post will cover All Orders CRM, our Holiday Flash Specials & information about the new All Orders version 6.2.10.

All Orders CRM Beta is a web based system that shares you All Orders Desktop data and is used primarily for:

  • Leads, Customers & Contacts Management
  • Quotes & Sales Order Generation
  • Inventory Lookup
  • Activity Tracking (Tasks, Events, Emails & Logs)
  • Reporting
  • In order to run the All Orders CRM Beta, you must have a valid license or trial key for BOTH All Order (AO) & All Orders Web (AOW). The AOW key powers up the system, while the AO key defines how many users can be listed. All Orders CRM was created because the demand for installed software has been eclipsed by the demand for cloud software. As such Numbercruncher is taking steps to port the desktop software, our customers know and love, to the cloud. All Orders CRM is the first step in that direction. All Orders CRM is the basis for our new flagship product Order Time. Order Time will be a completely hosted browser based version of All Orders that will be licensed on a subscription basis. This new interface will make it possible to truly control your business from anywhere at anytime. After the launch of Order Time, our clients will have the choice between a desktop solution & a cloud solution
     
    As a thank you to our customers, we will be running FLASH SPECIALS between Thanksgiving & Christmas. Check the Special Offers page, located under Contact on the Numbercruncher website to see the current specials! Most specials will be one-day-only, so make sure you frequently check the page. While most specials will be announced the day of, we decided to announce our first two specials early. The first special is for new customers and will occur on Saturday, November 26th for American Expresses Small Business Saturday. New Customers who Purchase ALL ORDERS on 11/26 with an American Express Credit Card, will receive 10% back from Numbercruncher. The other special we are announcing early is for Cyber Monday. Cyber Monday will mark 70 days until our Client Retreat, so we are offering $70 off your registration purchase! Use code CYBER at checkout between 12:01am & 11:59pm on 11/28. Visit the Special Offers page for more details.
     
    Finally this week, the Numbercruncher Development team is happy to announce the release of All Orders 6.2.10. Please find the New Features & Known Issues Fixed below:

  • Added: Option to copy parent customer shipping addresses when setting a parent to a customer/job
  • Added: Payments/Refund can be added to read only ship docs/returns
  • Added: Option to add a customer/job column on the item grid for PO's & Receive item documents to assign a customer/job to each line item
  • Added: Lead Time optional column on the sales order
  • Added: Ability to turn report data fields into live, clickable links when exporting the report to PDF
  • Fixed: Error when trying to save changes to a sales rep
  • Fixed: Errors when deleting contacts
  • Fixed: One time components not getting the correct quantity during the flatten process
  • Fixed: Line items on PO's for foreign currency not having correct costs
  • Fixed: Error when clicking the column headers on the PO screen
  • Fixed: Linked documents on some repair orders incorrect
  • If you haven't upgraded to 6.2.10 please visit our Software Updates page or contact Support at either 866-278-6243 or support@numbercruncher.com to schedule an appointment to have you system updated.
     
    Hope everyone has a Happy & Healthy Thanksgiving weekend and start of the Holiday season!

    Falling into Autumn

    October 31, 2016 at 8:58 AMJoshua Goldberg

    Hey Crunchers, hope everyone had a successful October and is ready for the Holiday season! So our readers know, our blogs until the end of the year will be more condensed, as we finish development on our newest product, Order Time.

    Although we are focused on finishing & releasing Order Time, one thing we are committed too is not letting our support or development on All Orders slip. This is evident by our upcoming release of All Orders version 6.2.7. The newest release adds 15 new features & fixes some common issues (i.e. Duplicate item error when trying to reconcile QuickBooks to All Orders.) Please visit our known issues section of our support page to view the full list of Added & Fixed Features of 6.2.7.

    One new feature area I would like to highlight briefly has to do with Packages. With All Orders, you can now create Packages & Boxes and can specify what items go into each Package/Box. In order to use this new feature, you need to manually turn it on by going to Preferences --> Shipping --> Company Preferences --> Package. After turning the preference on, you now have the ability to:

    • Create (either Automatically or Manually generated) & Print UCC's (Uniform Commercial Codes)
    • After inserting Items on your Ship Doc, you can click on the Package Button & Create Packages for Shipment
      • You can create Default Weight Properties for Package Types & Create Tracking Numbers
    • Once the Packages are created, you can create & view a Package Manifest that shows the breakdown of quantities
    • Integrate your shipping with FedEx & UPS

    Just a quick reminder that TODAY is the final day to get discounted registration for the Numbercruncher Client Retreat! Use code NC17 to save at checkout until 11:59pm TONIGHT (10/31)! The Client Retreat will be held February 6th through 9th in Dania Beach, Florida and will cover topics on All Orders, All Orders Web, All Orders Mobile, Integration Options, Business Cycles, Inventory Primer, Reports & More! The Retreat is the perfect opportunity to learn everything you ever wanted to know about current & future Numbercruncher products, as well as, the perfect opportunity to escape the harsh winters of up north!

    The end of the year is fast approaching, make sure your All Orders software is setup and working properly before the holiday rush hits! Don't hesitate in contacting us, if you have any questions or need to setup training

    Warming up with changes

    September 30, 2016 at 8:43 AMJoshua Goldberg

    Hey Cruncher followers! Hope everyone is enjoying their start of Autumn. Autumn notoriously brings change; whether its leaves on the trees or your pumpkin designs for Halloween. Here at Numbercruncher, we're welcoming change with the development of our newest product, Order Time. More details will be announced in the coming months, but I want to start off this blog with clearing up a misconception we've been hearing. 

    Order Time is going to be a cloud based solution for Inventory & Order Management needs. We will be offering a conversion from All Orders to Order Time, for those customers who are interested. We will not be forcing any customers to switch nor will Numbercruncher stop servicing or providing support for All Orders. We are developing this new product to provide our services to more clients, not limit the services of our existing customers. Follow our blog for updates leading up to launch! 

    Speaking of All Orders, we are excited to bring two new features to our clients! The first feature is Complex Calculations & the other is a Bound Book.

    The Complex Calculations feature is for manufacturers that need to figure out the quantity of an item that is calculated with different quantities or formulas. This feature is fully customizable without any additional cost to you!

    EXAMPLE of Complex Calculations:

    Typically a user would enter an item, quantity and price on a sales order. However the requirement is the quantity is determined as 

    Let P = # of Pieces. 
    Let F = Feet 
    Let I = Inches 
    Let Q = Quantity Ordered 

    Q = P X (F + I/12) 

    Using custom fields, we customize All Orders such that the Quantity box cannot be edited directly rather the user will have to enter P, F and I for Quantity. 

    We recently did a Complex Calculation customization for DCM Computing Service's client Berry's Tin Shop.

    The following is a review of All Orders Complex Calculations by the Owner of DCM Computing Services, Danny Morris, "At DCM Computing Services I look to help my clients meet their business needs.  When Berry's Tin Shop approached me about needing a sales system for their manufacturing business, I went to Intuit to see about systems that integrated with Quickbooks.  One of their recommendations: NumberCruncher.  Berry's Tin Shop had a unique need to track inventory of a product which they sold by the linear foot.  At the sales counter, however, they sold custom length pieces.  The complex Calculations that NumberCruncher customized for us allows the salesman to make purchase orders of specific custom products from a single inventory item.  For example, one customer can order 15 panels of 29 gauge dark red tin cut at 8'6".  The manufacturing floor will see the order and from the single roll of dark red 29 gauge tin, custom cut the pieces as needed.  The inventory system and invoice system will see an order of [number of pieces * (feet + inches)]  or in this case 15*8.5 linear feet (127.5) * the cost per linear foot.  No more need to calculate the linear feet needed by hand and no more error.  The invoice is also customizable to include these fields for the needed products.  Now the customer, salesperson, back-office, and manufacturing floor can all be on the same page, literally."

    This is just one example of how the All Orders Complex Calculation feature can benefit your business. To find out more, please contact us today!

    The other exciting new feature All Orders is bringing to our clients is the All Orders Bound Book. The All Orders Bound Book application allows companies buying and selling firearms to maintain a bound book database in accordance with FTA regulations. As transactions are entered into the All Orders system the separate bound book database can be synchronized and auto populated based on the inventory in and out. These transactions include: 

    • ·         Serial #s going out of inventory on shipping documents.
    • ·         Serial #s going into inventory with receiving documents.
    • ·         Serial #s going out of inventory as components on work orders.
    • ·         Serial #s going into inventory as assembled items on work orders.
    • ·         Serial #s going into and out of inventory on adjustment and transfers. 

    Columns available on the bound include: 

    • ·         In Manufacturer/Importer
    • ·         In Model
    • ·         In Serial #
    • ·         In Type Of Firearm
    • ·         In Caliber/Gauge
    • ·         Date In
    • ·         In Name/Address
    • ·         Completed Manufacture Date
    • ·         Out Manufacturer/Importer
    • ·         Out Type Of Firearm
    • ·         Out Caliber/Gauge
    • ·         Date Out
    • ·         Out Name/Address
    • ·         Style #
    • ·         Item #
    • ·         All Orders Document In
    • ·         All Orders Document Out
    • ·         Notes

     Some of the features include:

    • ·         Search for any data in any column
    • ·         Hide/show columns
    • ·         Setup users with their own user name and password
    • ·         Import additional entries from Excel
    • ·         Export to CSV
    • ·         Printable Bound Book and Inventory reports
    • ·         Maintain Excise Tax/Annual Report based on bound book and All Orders data with columns including serial #, type of firearm, date out, name/address out, order #, item #.

    An example of how the Bound Book looks in All Orders. To view the full Bound Book example, please click HERE then click the MORE tab

     

    These are just a few of the new features All Orders introduced recently. Please contact us to find out what else our clients now have access too!

    Just as a reminder, out Client Retreat is fast approaching! Register for the Retreat with promo code NC17 before November 1st, to take advantage of our presale discount! Also check out the Agenda section of our Retreat Website to view the Topics we will be discussing at the event

    It's all a numbers game

    August 12, 2016 at 8:00 AMJoshua Goldberg

    Hey Crunchers, I Hope everyone's saying T.G.I.F. and is looking forward to the start of the weekend! As usual, its been a hectic and busy week here at the NumberCruncher offices. Other then our normal daily workload, we have been working on some new and exciting projects, that I know everyone here can't wait to announce! Make sure to follow our blog, our social media channels and your email inboxes for all these upcoming announcements.

    As the end of the year starts to roll around, your company will start to reevaluate your software choices. Maybe in years past you just went with the software that you already knew. This year take a leap out of your comfort zone, and give All Orders by NumberCruncher a try!  To guarantee our software is a perfect fit for your company, we require all new users to have a hour-long software demo, with our CEO or CTO. We do this to make sure our customers know the ins-and-outs of our software, as well as, it allows all future clients a platform to ask any questions they may have about the software or what it does. After this demo, we supply you with a 30-day no commitment FREE trial of the software, so you can see just how beneficial All Orders by NumberCruncher really is! After that trial, you can decide to join the Cruncher family and pay a one time fee for the software, which includes your first year of support. After the first year, you just pay a yearly fee for support. All software updates are included in your yearly support plan! To help our clients know exactly how much they will be paying with us, we have created our Pricing Calculator and positioned it right on our website, so new clients can see exactly how much they will be spending.

     

     

    Simply fill out the form and it will tell you what your initial cost will be and what your reoccurring yearly maintenance plan will be. 

    If you are interested in scheduling a demo of All Orders, please click HERE or give us a call at 1-866-CRUNCHER, Today! 

    Here at NumberCruncher.com, we truly feel we would be nothing without our loyal clients. This is the reason that we strive for the best customer service and always put our customers first! If you EVER have any questions, comments or concerns please immediately call us at 1-866-CRUNCHER (278-6243) or email us at support@numbercruncher.com. Our office hours are Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm EST. If you email/call after business hours, someone will contact you within 2 business days. If you are having issues and need help sooner, please call us back at the start of the following business day, so we can attempt to solve your issue immediately. 


    RefreshRelax & Reconnect 

     

    As mentioned in our last blog, Numbercruncher.com will be having our 1st annual NumberCruncher Retreat, this upcoming February in SUNNY & WARM Ft. Lauderdale, FL! Details will be announced & registration will open on September 1st, but as a loyal Cruncher blog reader, you are getting an exclusive! The Retreat will be the beginning of February 2017! Our blog post on Friday September 2nd will have a full preview of the event, but in the meantime, follow our Retreat twitter at @NCRetreat2017 for the latest news!

     

    $100,000 Small Business App Showdown

    at QuickBooks Connect 2016

     

    Finally this week, I just wanted to remind everyone about the Intuit App Challenge. All Orders by NumberCruncher was selected as a participant for this years showdown, which is held at QuickBooks Connect in San Jose, California in October. The voting for the event is August 16th through the 31st. On Monday, I will be publishing a special blog post on how to vote for All Orders by Numbercruncher.com. We really need all our Loyal Cruncher Family to support us and vote once per day, so we can show the entire QuickBooks community that NumberCruncher is a dominate force in the Inventory Software space! Please check back on Monday and follow our Twitter, Facebook & Linkedin pages for the latest information on the event.

    Also, I know i wrote in the last blog post, I would include a sneak peek of Order Time, but I promise the wait will be worth it! Keep checking back & follow our Order Time Twitter for the latest on this revolutionary new software being brought to you by Numbercruncher.com!

    Keep pushing through those Friday feelings and I Hope everyone has a great weekend! 

    Just because it's a short week, that doesn't mean it's a slow week!

    July 5, 2016 at 10:06 AMJoshua Goldberg

    Hey NumberCruncher Crusaders, hope everyone is recovered from Independence weekend and is ready for this short week to fly by! Summer is in full force and our calendars are filling up, FAST! If you or your company needs any training sessions or help, make sure you give our Customer Success Specialist, Michelle, a call at 866-278-6243 ext 815 or email her at support@numbercruncher.com, to schedule some time with one of our trainers! Our training hours are one of the main features that makes us stand out from our competitors, always remember that your training hours refresh every year, when you renew your maintenance plan. Don't let your hours go to waste! 

    Speaking of training, NumberCruncher would like to welcome Veronica Marcano to the family! Veronica will be the new Director of Training for NumberCruncher.com. She brings with her 10+ years of software training expertise and we are extremely excited to welcome her to the team!  

    Since I was brought on to the NumberCruncher team, my goal has been to help NumberCruncher be seen and get as much market exposure as possible! One such way we will be going upon this, will be our revamped Partner Program that we will be debuting in the next few months. We already began signing up companies, but are still looking to add partners, before we debut. If you are interested in having your company partner with NumberCruncher.com, please send an email to jgoldberg@numbercruncher.com. Every few weeks, we'll have a spotlight section in our weekly blog that will highlight our partners and the ways their products/services can benefit your business. Our first spotlights will be in this weeks BlogBlast, which will be released Friday afternoon. 

    The NumberCruncher team is still actively showing and enrolling our customers in the NEW All Orders Integrator. The Integrator is getting outstanding reviews and feedback from our loyal, longtime customers and all of us here at NumberCruncher.com are extremely excited with the responses we have been receiving! Click HERE to read more about the integrator, and HERE to read the products press release. 

    Finally, the Institute of Food Technologists trade show is fast approaching, next week, and I know i'm extremely excited to attend and check out all the latest innovations when it comes to the food industry and the different ways NumberCruncher can help in the process. If you will be attending IFT2016 or your company is located in the Chicago area, and would like to meet, please leave a comment below or email me at jgoldberg@numbercruncher.com and I'll contact you to set something up.

    Hope everyone has a great 4-day work week! 

    Indulge in Integration

    June 24, 2016 at 10:00 AMJoshua Goldberg

    Whats up everyone? Josh here with another weekly edition of the NumberCruncher's Blog! Hope everyone had a productive and busy week. I know everyone on the NumberCruncher's team did! This week we continued to enroll our clients into our newest product, the All Orders Integrator. The response we have been receiving has been tremendous! In fact, our clients are mad we kept the Integrator under wraps for so long. But what can we say, when we unveil a new product or service, we like to make sure its ready to go for our clients. We don't believe in pushing out a product until its 100% ready for use. If you ever find yourself having any issues with any of the NumberCruncher products, please visit our Support Page or give us a call at 866-278-6243, so we can get you scheduled with one of our technicians to help solve your issue.  

    Let's dive into the Integrator a little more. The Integrator was created after NumberCruncher's CEO, Ian Benoliel, spent countless hours on the phone with All Order's clients, having them complain about the fact their order management systems didn't integrate with their E-Commerce websites. Ian knew something had to be done and got to work figuring out a solution. As Ian puts it, "I began imagining a world where our clients never had to worry about double data entry or data entry errors." Let me tell you, the response we've been receiving from our clients on the Integrator, reaffirms this was a much needed feature our customers were craving. 

    The All Orders Integrator is a robust inventory and ordering processing system that can be integrated with your existing E-Commerce web store or shopping cart. The goal of the integrator is to significantly reduce the time and errors in entering new customer information and web orders. The best part of the Integrator is the ease of installation, the Integrator is a software utility that is installed on the same network as All Orders. Once the Integrator is installed, it will import orders from your website, as well as, update the order status and inventory quantities back to your website. Currently, the integrator offers instant integration with 3dCart, Magento, Salesforce, Volusion, WooCommerce, Shopify, BigCommerce, AspDotNetStorefront, Aabaco Small Business from Yahoo! & XCart. If you don't see your company's E-Commerce web store or shopping cart listed, always remember that Numbercruncher offers fully customizable E-Commerce Integration. Contact us today to find out how the All Orders Integrator can benefit your company!   

    NumberCruncher would like to welcome SPS Commerce as our newest EDI Integration partner! SPS Commerce is the retail industry's largest trading community with more than 60,000 customers in over 60 countires.

    That'll do it for another weekly wrap-up from NumberCrunchers! Hope everyone has a great weekend and is looking forward to the upcoming long 3-day weekend! 

    Another week, Another Crunch

    June 17, 2016 at 8:13 AMJoshua Goldberg

    Another week is in the books here at NumberCrunchers and what a busy week it has been! Our All Orders Integrator was unveiled and we have been receiving extremely positive reviews by our clients that have been early adopters of the product. If you are a current NumberCruncher client, and haven't looked into the benefits of adding the All Orders Integrator, please visit our website or give us a call at 866-278-6243 to learn how the All Orders Integrator can integrate with you eCommerce site help your business! 

    NumberCruncher.com is excited to announce that we will be attending the Institute of Food Technologist's 2016 show in Chicago next month, as well as, NumberCruncher will be attending the PackExpo 2016 in November. If you will be attending either of these shows, please be on the look out for us and follow our blog for some exciting announcements, leading up too both of these events. 

    Next weeks blog will feature a special spotlight on the all-new All Orders Integrator, so if you have any questions about the software that you would like answered, feel free to leave them in the comment section below, or send me over an email to jgoldberg@numbercruncher.com  

    NumberCruncher.com thoughts are with all the families impacted by the Orlando massacre, last weekend. To help donate to the Orlando Victims Fund via the official Equality Florida gofundme page, please click HERE!

    Finally this week, Everyone at the NumberCruncher family would like to wish our trainer/support tech, Tom, all the best as he's leaving us this week! 

    Hope everyone had a successful week and has a relaxful weekend! 

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