April 20, 2013 | By Joe Radcliff |
MaxCon Pro is cutting edge web based software created with the Roofing industry in focus. By combining many years of construction knowledge, diverse programming techniques, usability strategists, graphic artists and marketing experts, MaxCon is both simple and tremendously powerful tool. MaxCon is an innovative, state-of-the-art software that is a 100% Web-Based construction management tool designed to help roofers and contractors manage their entire business like never before.
The system features offered in MaxCon Pro allows contractors to add customers, create balance sheets, track purchase orders and crews and, once a job is finished, send reports to the sales, marketing and accounting departments.
By using MaxCon Pro you can easily organize, track and assign leads; diagram roofs; track the production of jobs; and report anything and everything that is important to business operation.
MaxCon allows roofers to obtain “True Accounts Receivable” through our integration with Quick Books and our invoicing features, not when you create the customer in your books. The program also gives you the ability to print and email purchase orders and crew work orders all by a click of a mouse.
MaxCon Pro is integrated with several applications. When a user adds a customer, for example, the address will be displayed in Bing Maps, along with other customers nearby. The address can also be seen Bing Street View, which lets a sales rep see, for example, what length of ladder will be necessary to fix the roof. In addition, when a sales rep submits a invoice sheet called a job info, an email notification is sent to his or her manager’s company Email account and is passed to Quick Books automatically.
MaxCon is also integrated with Quick Books. When a user adds a job number to the customer file the customer information will link with Quick Books and create the customer file, it will also create the invoices and they are created within the MaxCon Job Info file.
MaxCon Pro also includes the scheduling modules, as well as functionality for customer relationship management (CRM), the ability to place and track orders as well as collect on, record, report on and analyze work that has been completed. Finally the ability to switch one’s view among a company’s divisions, levels, or branches, to track checks (for the purposes of insurance claims) and to customize commission calculations, according to the sales reps commissions structures.