I am not referring to scheduling of invoicing, but rather to the SOS (Statement of Service). The pesticide records that you have to leave at your clients house and keep on file for x amount of years (3 years here in the state of Kansas). I have found I spend a good portion of the day filling out those records and figuring up exactly how much of what was applied for that visit. Sure I could do it at home the night before and I do use 2-part carbonless copies to make it easier, but I have been thinking about taking it further and computerizing it all (at least most of it). My wife is a computer progammer and I just been thinking of a simple software that would keep a database of clients and the size of their lawns. I would have a seperate database of different types of chemicals, epa #'s and label rates. I know there would be some stuff that I would have to record on the job site, such and wind direction, speed, temperature and my signature, but been thinking of ways to save time here and there. Am I reaching for too much? Am I being too lazy? I would like to take it a step further and incorporate it in with my scheduling software. I guess it would be a glorified excel sheet. What are your thoughts of the matter and would you be interested in using a program of such OR already using a program similar? For those interested, I included a copy of what I am using now.