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TBS Tool and Equipment Tracking tracks tools and equipment that are checked out to or assigned to employees. Keeps track of maintenance history, dates items are due back, allows you to schedule additional training classes for those users who need it
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TBS Mail List 6.00 TBS Mail List tracks names and addresses for people you correspond with, also keeps track of Christmas cards sent and received. Will print mailing labels (Avery 8160 - Inkjet) or (Avery 5160 - Laser). With some printers will print envelopes.
TBS Home Inventory 6.0 Keeps track of personal property that you own in your home or office, reports by room in case you need to file insurance claims.
Description: TBS Tool and Equipment Tracking tracks tools and equipment that are checked out to or assigned to employees. Keeps track of maintenance history, dates items are due back, allows you to schedule additional training classes for those users who need it based on their breaking or reporting items as broken.
Auto Maintenance Pro 126.96.36.199 Makes it easy to track and organize preventive (PM) and repair maintenance on your personal vehicles/equipment. AMP alerts you when PM is due, provides user-definable PM
'Tracking' Tags: Tool or Threat? WASHINGTON -- The word "Orwellian" is uttered often on Capitol Hill these days, and it was said again this week in a warning of privacy dangers posed by radio frequency identification technology.