The application comes up with an immediate pricing for specialty items not found in a regular flat rate price book. It is also possible to preview what a flat rate price book will look like prior to having it printed.
Moreover, thanks to Employee/Owner login system, employees can double check invoices. This way, owners can see the profit per job that employees cannot see. As for the subscription fee payment methods, the solution accepts credit cards or PayPal.
The other technological aspect worth mentioning is the redevelopment of Profit Generator App, the part of the LPS Pricebook. The app used to be written on Python, now it has been brought to Ruby on Rails.
The application makes possible to:
- edit the list of offerings;
- edit the list of articles;
- edit the list of employees;
- edit the list of employees’ relations;
- edit the appearance of price books;
- print price books.
Besides the technological implementation, our team handled all the design works for the software. The use of ReactJS as a tool for UI development helped us to come up with a convenient user interface. Additionally, our quality assurance officer tested the solution before its release.