Scheduling software that lets you step-up from using manual tools like spreadsheets, wallboards or piles of paper. Well suited for manufacturing and warehousing. MaxScheduler is a desktop program that lets you import jobs, create a graphical schedule from those jobs and share it within your business as a set of Web pages. Editing the schedule is quickly done by using your mouse, to move jobs around. MaxScheduler makes it easier to manage the scheduling of many jobs across multiple resources. You get the benefits of having scheduling software without having to dramatically change your current scheduling process. You can import data from other computer systems like: accounting, job-shop, WMS, MRP and ERP. MaxScheduler has been used by our customers in a variety of ways: Machine Scheduler, Receiving Door Scheduler, Shipping Door Scheduler, Delivery Scheduler, Scheduler for Quickbooks and Spreadsheet Scheduling Replacement. Stop using piles of paper, wall boards, or spreadsheets to create schedules. Get a better handle on scheduling by using a tool designed specifically for scheduling for a business environment. The graphical schedule can reveal issues immediately in comparison to looking at a list of jobs, where issues aren't easy to see. The schedule can be published as a web page to share easily within your organization. This way everyone can inform themselves of what is being worked on. For example, customer service can check on the status of jobs. Works well as a scheduling add-on or replacement. Some of our customers use an industry specific program that is great at handling 90% of the activities in their business, for instance print shop software. In some cases the scheduling components of these programs are a weak point. MaxScheduler fits well in these situations. Import the list of jobs from your existing program and start making graphical schedules easily.
LicenseFree to try
File Size27.6 MB
Operating System Windows 98 Windows 2000 Windows Windows 2003 Windows XP Windows 95 Windows Me


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