We pride ourselves in addressing industry specific challenges with BOSS. We know full well that the service sector has a seasonality to it that other industries don’t share. With this in mind, we developed specific features in BOSS to respond directly to the problems our customers face. Our forecasting tool helps to manage the seasonal nature of the service sector prudently. BOSS’s forecasting tool gives your company the ability to see into the future and beyond the current season. BOSS houses your material costs as well as your labor costs––both your current and your past costs. Longtime users get the most comprehensive look into upcoming seasons, but even new users will instantly recognize the value of this tool. Forecasting allows you to have a clear view of your anticipated material and labor costs calculated for you months in advance.
This invaluable information comes from an exceedingly powerful tool. However, it remains quick and easy to use and does not require complicated calculations on the user’s end. Basically, it’s an intuitive and powerful tool that doesn’t require a degree in mathematics to use. BOSS’s forecasting tool provides managers with relevant, specific, and accurate information that is founded on your company’s own historical record and takes current cost changes into account. This tool provides managers with the right information to estimate staffing needs and improve cash flow management. With the right information in the right hands, your company can grow with strategic actions planned and calculated months in advance.
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The use of issues in our company – the logging of issues in our company – is vital to us… one of the big reasons I bought BOSS was wanting to have the ability to track the communication about properties in our company… the scenario I’m taking about is: The account manager gets a phone call from Miss Smith. Miss Smith’s upset or happy – we don’t know yet. And if he is not the one managing production, how does he know what that conversation is going to be about? The tree is dead in… Read more