Ruby Intermediate Retail Edition 2.1.2
Collect information concerning sales, customers, inventory and disbursements.
From these data, Ruby prepares a number of reports that can be filtered to suit the needs of the user by various dates, inventory category and other criteria.
Ruby comes with many handy accommodations built in. Payments on a sales document can be split six ways. Each item on an invoice can be taxed or not. If two taxes are specified in the program setup, Ruby allows the user to apply tax 1 or tax 2, both or no tax to each item on an invoice. Ruby also provides a customer wish list and handles layaways
- ODBC part of the control panel
- A functioning FoxPro driver
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