Introduction video to Quote Roller, a web based software that helps to create, send, organize and track business proposals with ease. Quote Roller helps to impress your clients with beautiful proposals created in minutes.
After much taping, editing, deleting, drinking and swearing we are proud to present... Sales Guy vs. Web Dude! A mashup of true and mostly-true stories from IT hell. If you've ever called tech support and wondered what the hell they are doing down there... well, this should answer some questions for you.
Video: Sales Guy vs. Web Dude
Thanks to everyone who helped!
Created by: Josh Weinberg
Sales Guy: Casey Cochran
Web Dude: Josh Weinberg
Trevor from Arvada: Jesse Johnson
Irving Whitefellow (The Boss): Josh Childs
Sales Manager Nancy: Ruth Sherrod
Music By: Rap Team - http://www.myspace.com/rapteam
User interface Open Source Credits:
// VT100.js: http://fzort.org/bi/o.php
// Released under the GNU LGPL v2.1, by Frank Bi
Copyright (c) 2008, Scott Schiller. All rights reserved.
Code licensed under the BSD License:
In 2010, UNIQLO started a social business* in Bangladesh with Grameen Healthcare Trust.
We produce truly great clothing in Bangladesh and sell it at affordable prices for the poor. All sales proceeds are reinvested in social businesses. Local residents are able to improve the quality of their lives and achieve financial independence by operating their own businesses under this system, which is intended to address social challenges through the production and sales of clothing in Bangladesh.
*Social business: A new business structure focused on civic concerns, such as eradicating poverty; advocated by Muhammad Yunus, who received the Nobel Peace Prize along with Grameen Bank for their efforts in Bangladesh.
*Shareholders can only recover their original investment and cannot claim any additional profit. Any profits generated are reinvested in the company for expansion and improvement.
Xero accounting software helps make your sales and invoicing process easy to manage. Even invoicing your clients and getting paid is a fast and seamless process.
With Xero, when you email your customer an invoice, they can access it online and pay in a few seconds with the click of a button. If they use Xero too, they can even save the invoice directly into their Xero organisation. It's the magic of online invoicing.
There's plenty you can do to keep track of your sales in Xero. Simply head to the accounts menu and selects 'Sales' to get to the sales dashboard. The graphs and charts make it easy to see who owes what and when it's due – so you know who needs to be followed up.
You can search by contact, invoice number, reference or other filters. Drilling down will take you to your full invoice listing, where you can navigate by tab and sortable columns. By clicking on the expected date on an invoice, you can flag when you expect a payment to arrive, which will reflect on the 'money coming in' figures on your dashboard and help you keep a handle on cashflow.
Check out this video tutorial to learn how to master online invoicing and how to use the sales dashboard in Xero.