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    Management software?

    Looking to change our management software, does anybody use Jupix or Expert Agent ? whats your opnion and any idear of the costs?

    #2
    I've been using Expert Agent for a couple of years, it's ok but can be glitchy and slow as it's cloud based. Who are you using currently? I am eyeing up Acquaint at the moment, seem to offer a few more handy bits and more reasonable pricing. With EA now being owned by Zoopla you can guarantee a cost increase every year.
    <a href="http://www.manchesterpropertygroup.co.uk/" target="_blank">Manchester letting agents</a>

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      #3
      Using Rent Pro at the moment, find it very time consuming, previously used Jupix for a couple of months with Sales, but didn't really get the chance to learn how to use it properly. Also the cost comes into it as we are just starting up.

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        #4
        Can I just give another vote for Acquaint. We have been using it for years and they update it with new features regularly. Their helpline is great as you can actually speak to people that help you unlike some of the bigger ones I have used where you have to wait for a call back when they have a spare moment. We use it for sales and lettings and it does everything we need it to.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Goobs27 View Post
          Can I just give another vote for Acquaint.
          What is the cost of this one?

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            #6
            very sharplearningcurve if Google is hard ;-)

            http://www.acquaintcrm.co.uk/prices.aspx

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