What do you use for scheduling software? QXpress took a dump

Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by DR01D, Jan 29, 2013.

  1. DR01D

    DR01D LawnSite Member
    Messages: 6

    My question: What do you guys use for scheduling/routing software?

    Background: I own a small company with 170 customers and have 2 employees.

    Up until now I've used QXpress to handle scheduling. For what I need it works great. However I recently purchased a new computer and upgraded to Windows 7 Pro. Needless to say QXpress took a dump. QXpress was purchased by Marathon Data and it looks like they are simply milking what's left until it dies out. It hasn't been updated in a couple of years and it only works on QB Pro 2011 and earlier. It's not even set up for Windows 8.

    Long story short it looks like I need a replacement before Marathon completely pulls the plug on QXpress.
  2. Prestige Landscaping

    Prestige Landscaping LawnSite Member
    Messages: 16

    Clip with quick books does it all
  3. DR01D

    DR01D LawnSite Member
    Messages: 6

    I have a question about Clip.

    I don't guarantee customers a time for their appointment but I do guarantee them a day. In QXpress I can put customers in an order (for instance 1 through 10) and do them without having to schedule a specific time. Can I do that in Clip?

  4. zmowing

    zmowing LawnSite Member
    from York,PA
    Messages: 85

    QClip Works great you put your customer on what day of the week you want to mow them map point will route them in order, if you don't get to them that day they'll show up the next day. Go to www.clip.com you can learn all about it
  5. exmarkking

    exmarkking LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,012

    I use gopher for scheduling/routing and quickbooks for billing/finances
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  6. GaryBK

    GaryBK LawnSite Senior Member
    from Canada
    Messages: 274

    Anybody have experience with Real Green Software. I am looking at them now but wondering if its too late to convert for the year. (Too late re:learning curve).
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