We’ve introduced a new report which is like the Order Totals Report, but it’s broken down by “Service Reason Code”. This way you can see the totals by Reason Code on Service Orders.
We’ve added the ability to track backordered items to EQ Purchase Orders. If an item gets backordered you can now mark it “Backordered” and it will show as such on Pick Tickets.
The 2nd Set of Updates in March 2022 include new Proposal / Contract updates to make them look more modern. These are the first of many updates that will be made to Proposals & Contracts. Also included is a major performance update when bulk deleting Selections.
March updates include a new Proposal, changes to the Pick Tickets, QuickBooks Purchase Order Exports and other improvements.
If your Customers or Suppliers are not receiving emails sent from EQ, use this information to fix the problem once and for all.
You can now export Sales Orders and Purchase Orders to QuickBooks (you can import them as Sales Orders or Estimates in QB). This is handled via a 3rd party application.
When you want to show subtotals by Room or Item Group and NOT show a Grand Total (for example, if you’re showing Options and don’t want them included in a total), this report is to accomplish that.
See the new features and fixes for Jan 2022, which include a new Contract, QuickBooks Sales
The Management Dashboard is very useful, not just for managers, but for everyone. On the Management Dashboard, people ONLY see what they’re already allowed to see. So you don’t have to worry about showing too much.
We have added a field to EQ called “Account Manager”. This is to capture the overall sales or account person for the Customer and Job.
We’ve added 2 new line item Contracts that do NOT show the Supplier or Product Code of the line items, but they only show the line item Descriptions.
You can now suppress which items will show on your Pick Tickets, and Payment Terms have been added also.
These are instructions on how to export your design from 2020 V10 or later so that it can be imported into EQ.
Sometimes people want to adjust the price of just one line item. EQ controls price adjustments but there are a couple ways to accomplish this.
Some catalog items require you to enter the cost or list price. Here’s how you handle those items.
You can now import any catalog from 2020 as Misc Items in EQ, so you don’t even have to have the catalog in EQ to be able to import.
If you want to track Leads with EQ, here is a typical process to do so. Create and Opportunity and follow these steps.