ROM: the recycler's best friend.
Without an integrated software system, managing all of that data is not only time consuming and costly, but almost impossible. That is where ROM comes into the picture. A comprehensive package, ROM seamlessly ties almost every aspect of a recycler's business together, providing a true single entry system.
ROM has proven to be an ideal program for one- and two-site recycling operations, whether they handle scrap metals, paper, plastic or multiple materials. Its flexibility is proven across almost all industries and is capable of handling almost any scenario encountered by small to mid-size operations. Its many features allow recyclers to improve their operations in a number of areas:
* Scale Systems
* Inventory Control
* Payments and Receivables
* Dispatch and Bin Tracking
* Public Scale Buying
* Shipping and Order Management
Many people think that their employees are not smart enough to use a computer. However, with its programmers having years of experience in recycling, ROM was designed specifically for these users. By using a touch screen interface with integrated scales and cameras, anyone can use ROM.
ROM's bar coding capabilities are a big part of what allows the software to sensibly tie together operations from the scale house to the shipping dock--and everything in between.
Bar codes are used for more then just inventory management, including public customer cards, inbound inspection stubs and even ATM Payments.
ROM also has specialty systems designed for specific niches within the business:
* Elemental-level alloy systems
* Overseas paperwork for LC and China-based business transactions
* Bookings and overseas container tracking
* Material recovery facilities.
In less than a decade, ROM from 21st Century Programming has established itself as the premier software solution for recycling Facilities seeking to upgrade the efficiency of their operations to compete in the active and growing global market.
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|Title Annotation:||SPOTLIGHT ON SOFTWARE|
|Date:||Mar 1, 2006|
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