Static IP address to access the server from outside your local area network (optional)
Where is All Orders CRM Hosted?
Generally All Orders CRM is hosted on the same server as your All Orders SQL database
There are other options available, for example, it would be possible to host All Orders CRM as you would a typical website. For this, additional configuration is required by your trained IT staff
Who Can Login to All Orders CRM?
You have complete control over who can login to All Orders CRM. For example, you may have someone that logs into All Orders CRM but NOT All Orders and vice-versa. Most of the time sales reps log into a CRM system and as such, All Orders CRM has the ability to fine tune what a sales rep can see. Unlike All Orders Web, All Orders CRM is NOT intented for customer logins
How is All Orders CRM Licensed?
Currently in order to run All Orders CRM you must have a valid license or trial keys for BOTHAll Orders Web (AOW) and All Orders (AO). The AOW key powers up the system, while the AO key defines how many users can be listed. This licensing structure of AOW + AO to power All Orders CRM is a Limited-Time Pre-Release Special Offer
What is the Future of All Orders CRM?
The demand for installed software has been eclipsed by the demand for cloud-based solutions. As such, NumberCruncher is taking the steps necessary to port our desktop software, which our customer have known and loved for the past 18 years, to the cloud. All Orders CRM is the first step in that direction. Over the nex few quarters, other modules
(e.g. Purchasing & Warehouses) will be introduced as they become available
Eventually it will be possible (with the exception of QuickBooks Synchronization) not to use the All Orders desktop software at all
All Orders CRM is still considered an On-premises software because you are responsible for your own IT resources, like backing-up and installing updates. For that reason, we have made it a prerequisite to have All Orders Web, because if you already have AOW, then you already have the necessary IT resources for All Orders CRM
All Orders CRM is also the basis for NumberCruncher.com's newest product, Order Time, which will be a completely hosted browser (SaaS) 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!
Ultimately, our customer will have the choice between a desktop solution or a cloud solution