TRAVERSE Municipal is scalable and can address the needs of any sized organization. It helps improve financial Management practices and increase flexibility in financial reporting.TRAVERSE is a 100% Microsoft-based suite of applications with an extensive feature set, full customization capabilities, and an attractive price point.

 

Bus Service Enhancements to TRAVERSE Service Director

Industry Specific Enhancements to the TRAVERSE Service Module

TRAVERSEŽ Service Director is a comprehensive work order and service management system equally well suited for your on-site, depot or internal company needs. Developed in Microsoft Access, Service Director is designed for a wide range of businesses including installation, repair, maintenance service, manufacturing, and construction companies. Developed as a tiered system utilizing 100% Microsoft technology, Service Director allows you to select the product level appropriate for your business needs and budget.

TRAVERSE Not-For-Profit enhancement provides NFP organizations with a cost effective solution and a robust set of features frequently requested by the NFP?s all in one package. Traverse NFP gives you total integration to the General Ledger, Accounts Payable and Payroll modules. As with all TRAVERSE applications, source code is included with the NFP application.

TRAVERSE Point of Sale (POS) is a computerized retail management system that combines a user-friendly interface with exceptional speed and flexibility. It is integrated with TRAVERSE Sales Order for a fast, efficient means of entering sales and controlling inventory. TRAVERSE POS enables your computer to operate as a cash register, offering far more capabilities than a traditional register. And, it's much easier to use.

TRAVERSE Project Costing lets you set up projects for billing at either the project level or the phase level. You can also have projects that are speculative in nature and change them to billable projects later. A simple entry screen gives you the ability to enter estimates at the project, phase or task level; it shows both the current estimates and the revised estimates.