|GroceryIP provides you with a great set of tools for keeping an accurate inventory of food items. It provides a personal item database capable of holding 10,000 items with barcodes, nutritional information, 16 separate Lots per item, and more.|
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:33|
|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP|
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GroceryIP provides you with a great set of tools for keeping an accurate inventory of food items. It provides a personal item database capable of holding 10,000 items with barcodes, nutritional information, 16 separate Lots per item, and more. GroceryIP also has a Recipe Manager with full Rich Text Formatting for adding images and full control over colors and fonts. GroceryIP supports several types of barcode scanners. There is a full featured reporting form that can be used to generate custom reports. GroceryIP will automatically audit your inventory and determine what needs to be purchased. It will generate a grocery list that can also be automatically sent to web space to be viewed remotely on web enabled phones and pocket PC's. GroceryIP also has a full calendar for planning meals. You can plan meals up to 3 years in advance
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Pentium 133 or greater, MS IE 4 or greater
1. Re-designed the item inventory to include more data, drag and drop capability, item label printing, exporting, importing of inventory, lot tracking.
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