Use Asset Manage asset tracking software to quickly and accurately inventory your company assets. You will be able to: keep track of the current location of your assets and whom they are currently assigned to; scan and print barcodes; maintain vendor info, asset disposals, employee data, and maintenance records; calculate Monthly and Annual Depreciation. AssetManage eliminates the headaches of calculating asset depreciation by automatically generating both monthly and annual depreciation tables using the straight-line, double-declining balance, 150% declining balance, straight percentage, or sum of years digits depreciation methods.
* Track maintenance costs, repairs, leases and other expenses
* Scan and Print Barcodes, create your own barcode labels.
* Calculate Monthly and Annual Depreciation
* Use the Asset Audit Wizard to find missing assets.
* Includes many useful reports. Create your own reports.
* AssetManage is offered in two editions; the Standard Edition which uses a Microsoft Access™ data file, and the Enterprise Version for Microsoft SQL Server™ and other ODBC-compliant databases.
* Multi-User capable.
Monday, October 19, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
The Economist Magazine:
If you want to know what the rest of the world is thinking, get the Economist, which is known for its insightful articles and analysis of politics, business, finance, science and culture. Edited out of London with local U.S. editions, every issue is filled with lively writing, thoughtful analysis and amusing captions. Most of all, The Economist is not afraid to state an opinion.
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Fundamentals of Organizational Behavior,
Third Canadian Edition By Nancy Langton, Stephen P. Robbins
This revision of Fundamentals of Organizational Behaviour presents all the essential topics in Organizational Behavior in a concise and readable format. Fundamentals of Organizational Behaviour, Third Canadian Edition, takes a practical, outcomes-based approach, applying organizational behaviour concepts to both modern organizations and everyday life.
Friday, October 2, 2009
First impressions are critical.
Make yours count with a winning sales letter!
You know how important it is to make an authentic personal connection with clients and potential customers. You live for elevator pitches and face-to-face contact. You enjoy making people comfortable while offering ways to serve their needs.
But do you put as much time and effort into that other, equally important sales tool: the written word? Communications, marketing, and media expert Ralph Allora shows how to craft effective messages that reach out to new clients, keep you on their radar, and close the deal.
Winning Sales Letters—From Prospect to Close teaches you how to:
Strategize your messages for every stage of the selling process
Command attention and motivate your clients
Put your best self in every note
Create engaging approaches for letters, e-mails, and text messages
Avoid the mistakes that sabotage great communication
“A sleek, practical guide to writing winning sales communications. Whether you’re a novice trying to ‘earn’ the meeting or a savvy pro with writer’s block, this book will help you connect, engage, and build trust with your customers.”
David Forgione, VP, Multi-Media Sales, The Wall Street Journal
Thursday, October 1, 2009
Money Secret Language of Money
If money were about math, none of us would be carrying any debt.
The numbers are simple. What’s complicated is what we do with money. We use money to soothe our feelings and buy respect, to show how much we care or how little. We don’t simply earn, save, and spend money: we flirt with it, crave it, and scorn it; we punish and reward ourselves with it.
Without realizing it, we give money meaning it doesn’t really have—what former psychiatrist and current business coach David Krueger calls our “money story.” And in the process of playing out that money story, we often sacrifice the most important things in our life: our health, freedom, relationships, and happiness.
What is your money story?
Do you consistently spend more than you have?
Do you follow the herd in your investments—even though you know the herd is usually wrong?
Have you neglected to save for the future, even when you have the means?
Do you feel controlled or shackled by debt?
Is your money somehow never “enough”?
Is money, or the lack of it, always on your mind?
The Secret Language of Money is a guided tour to the subconscious meanings we give money, the conflicted ways our braindeals with money, the reasons we tend to make the same money mistakes over and over—and most importantly, how you can change all that.
A brilliant blend of cutting-edge science and real-world application, The Secret Language of Money helps you rewrite your money story and find that elusive balance of wealth, health, and joy we all seek.