CELEBRATING 25 YEARS!
TRAINING & SUPPORT
Database Development and Customization
Produce Software Solutions Company – Agricultural Software
For over 25 years our produce software solutions company Simplified Software has provided the agricultural industry with speciality agricultural produce software that meets their companies individual way of doing business.
Clients say that our produce software solution Produce Advantage system has a simple intuitive operation so the work flows smoothly. As a result our agricultural produce software covers shipping, distribution, brokerage, import – export & traceability.
The requirements for produce traceability can be overwhelming to a small shipping – distribution business. For that reason, see how our produce software, Produce Advantage handles the challenge.
Finally, if you find yourself entering the same data multiple times, frustrated that your current system is difficult to use or your current produce software has stalled your growth plans then call our team today.
Customized Business Solutions
In addition to our “produce” products above our company Simplified Software works with a wide variety of businesses wanting rapid database design and development in FileMaker under Windows, Macintosh or mobile OS environments.
Consequently, owners and managers comes to our company because they are looking for expertise in software development to remove data repetition, provide reporting, track inventory or integrate with another applications like Quickbooks™.
Above all, if you are experiencing a bottleneck in your business, data problems, or you can’t grow doing it the “old” way then…
Call Us Today!
Hablo Español. Podemos asistir en español como usar nuestro programa de computadora para su compania de frutas y vegetables.
“I am completely impressed with Simplified Software and Greg Mainis. He was careful to understand the objectives of our project and took special care to create solutions appropriate to our needs. Without hesitation, we will use Simplified Software’s services again (and again!).” – Dyann Meschi, California Strawberry Commission