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Having a ongoing debate with another industry pro :-)

 

NCR, Top copy - Office of Customer??

 

Interested to see what others do.

 

Rich

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I'd retain top copy for office, should the cleint have a dispute the top copy is liable to have the clearest writing after its been stood on in the ect...

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We have 2 copies and retain the top one as this has the "proper" signature on and is most likely to be legible.

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We do top copy for customer file- yellow copy for customer. Top copy attached to job sheet for accounts then put in customer file once paid.

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Bingo!

 

For us its Top Copy Office - Bottom Customer for the very reason that in my eyes (and I am not a legal eagle :-) ) the top copy will always be the most readable and I guess its legal to a degree.

 

Thanks folks!

 

Btw, anyway you can run a pole on this forum?

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Btw, anyway you can run a pole on this forum?

I do hope that's not a racist comment against our fellow Europeans?  :-

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Top copy for us. Most miss that all important 3rd that should stay in the book.

 

I have to say we don't do the 3rd copy for retention in the book...can see it both ways.

 

But really not sure about leaving a pad full of copy dockets, what if the book were to be "miss placed" bit of a security issue~???

I do hope that's not a racist comment against our fellow Europeans?  :-

 

Argh, yes, good point! "anyway you can run a survey on here" ;-)

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customer keeps the top, we keep the copy

 

We are in the very early stages of looking at something that gets rid of all this ****. Need some kind of PDA's or something

 

What systems are some of you guys running?

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customer keeps the top, we keep the copy

We are in the very early stages of looking at something that gets rid of all this ****. Need some kind of PDA's or something

What systems are some of you guys running?

SignMyPad PDF on an ipad for some stuff and PDA/Android (Nexus 5) with Reach soon to be CASH.

Anyone else using CASH? Wondering what the app is like? Is there any difference between the android and windows PDA applications?

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Were just looking for something for PM/CM dockets really, then just send to office

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What CRM are you using?

Signmypad PDF is good nice and big box for the customer to sign in on the iPad

There is an android version too :)

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Its not industry specific like AM. Our hands are tied by our bigger sister co. They are in the process of changing to a new management interface (cant remember the exact name of what we will be using as its a good 6 months off yet) 

 

I need to find out weather there are any bolts on with this software we will be using.

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Its not industry specific like AM. Our hands are tied by our bigger sister co. They are in the process of changing to a new management interface (cant remember the exact name of what we will be using as its a good 6 months off yet)

I need to find out weather there are any bolts on with this software we will be using.

Yeah would be worth asking the question.

There's probably a app or webinterface or some description.

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