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Old 10-04-2011, 04:55 PM   #1
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Old 10-04-2011, 05:21 PM   #2
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There already is a thread on it

http://www.electriciantalk.com/f15/p...houghts-29384/
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http://www.electricalflatrate.com/in...video_overview
I could not get the demo to work. This one looks similar to others on the market.
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Old 10-05-2011, 01:27 AM   #6
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hi sorry..

im a new contractor in vancouver canada... this seems like an interesting way of pricing jobs for todays technology based world. how does flat rate pricing work? i understand the gyst of a flat rate, but what if there was a slight change in the scenario than one of the scenarios available? can i edit changes to the scenario and make appropriate privce changes?

one more thing... who makes the prices for the scenarios you pick? can all these situations/scenarios/pricing be changes within the program?

thanks for everything.. new the site and love it... hope to hearsome positive feedback!

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how does this program work? can prices and scenarios be changed within the program
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haha... oops... posted twice... any answers to my original question though? like i said... never heard of these programs...
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The Time to do these tasks are usually from data gathered from actual s that have been collected. I dont think the time can be modified.But the hourly rate can be modified .
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The Time to do these tasks are usually from data gathered from actual s that have been collected. I dont think the time can be modified.But the hourly rate can be modified .
I'm pretty sure it can all be modified.
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I'm pretty sure it can all be modified.
Not all of it not yet.

I have him working on that which is another good feature. He is very involved in the program and is open to suggestions and uses feedback from his clients to better the program. Since it is subscription based all his future upgrades and changes are included

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