I’m going into partnership with two others to open a jewelry
repair/retail store. We would like to start out with a good
software package to track inventory, mailing lists, etc. The most
common recommendation I’ve gotten was to use QuickBooks, but
would like to get comments from others with experience.
We anticipate small need for electronic tracking initially, but
think it would be better to establish it now than later on (also
easier dealing with the accountants). And we all would like to
only have to learn one system. I have an extensive computer
background, but the other two partners do not, so I can spend
whatever effort it takes to set it up, as long as the daily use
Any opinions about software packages, QuickBooks, etc? Is a true
point-of-sale package worthwhile considering the prices?
Opinions about computer controlled cash drawers, elaborate
computer cash registers vs separate register and PC?
Of course we’re looking for the perfect solution, which doesn’t
exist. But we’d greatly value any advice you can give us.
Creative Touch Jewelers