Here’s A Quick
Overview of What To Expect:
- Manage Outsources – Free up your time by hiring others for less.
- Manage Sales Reps (track sales and increase pay rate automatically) – They can add prospects and create IDs for clients on the fly.
- Manage Employees – Let your employees help run your business.
- Manage White Labels – Allow others to sell your services as their own for a monthly fee and get a piece of what they sell.
- Manage Partners -
- Manage Clients (they can create multiple profiles)
- Manage Billing and Invoicing
- Manage Projects
- There are 20 levels of access to the program:
- Corporate Manager
- Quality Assurance
- Regional Manager
- District Manager
- Client Manager
- Project Manager
- Customer Support
- Technical Support
- Sales Rep
- Partner Sales Rep
- White Label Users (Member, Partner & Platinum)
- White Label Sales Rep
- White Label Clients
- JV Users (Partner & Platinum)
- JV Sales Rep
- JV Clients
- Workers – They can be broken down to as many titles and skills you need. I.E:
- Web Designer
- Backlink Manager
- PR Writer
- PR Marketer
- PPC Manager
- Etc, etc, etc
- Create Packages to Autofill Invoices
- Create Automatic Tasks/Schedules Specific To Packages (You might not realize how powerful this is until you use it)
- Create A Training Library (give access to specific people or groups)
- Specify Required Skills To Packages and Notify Corresponding Workers
- Automatically Notify Workers New Projects Are Available
- There are things we are working on we can’t even go public with yet! These are secret developments that will eat away at our competition.
During beta, we will be rewriting the codes for the user level access so that you can add users/staff by whatever title you choose rather than our predetermined titles. There will be a lot more flexibility as we get out of beta this summer.
We literally left no stone unturned while unraveling this masterpiece. There’s a few stumps we’d like to turn over, but that’s after Beta is released and we prepare to get out of beta.
Some of these things include:
- FreshBooks API integration
- Google Calendar API integration
- Twilio (SMS) API integration
- XE.com API customization/integration
- Basecamp/Zoho import integration
That’s just the beginning! There’s a whole lot more we’re adding during beta. We even have some secret modules that would be released after we’re done with beta.
Someone asked for a comparison chart. We don’t have one, but what we do have is a list of a few facts:
2. Basecamp doesn’t have white labeling capabilities
3. Basecamp doesn’t let you see which workers have what abilities or list projects they’re on/completed
4. Basecamp doesn’t help manage staff and support teams
5. Basecamp doesn’t have worker payment system
6. Basecamp doesn’t have a package/service payment system
7. Basecamp doesn’t have an automatic worker notification/acceptance system
8. Basecamp doesn’t have a client management program
9. Basecamp doesn’t have an automatic task system
10. Basecamp doesn’t have over 20 levels of user access
11. Basecamp will NEVER let you have a self-hosted version for BRANDING and independence
12. Must I really go on? There’s still more.
The most important thing for me about my SCM/SplashAll is that it displays ALL the necessary data without being overwhelming. It is exactly what I need to manage my business and for my staff to run it all for me. Pretty soon, even if the CEO dies, the business would continue to run itself.
THAT is how you want your business to run. You can be on vacation and it can still continue to go on without you. That is true financial independence.