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Aussie First – Order instantly through simPRO

Lawrence and Hanson & EDWA are the first wholesalers in Australia that have fully integrated with the Job Management provider simPRO.

What does that mean? Contractors who are using simPRO Job Management System can now order instantly with Lawrence & Hanson. Users will now be able to automatically send a purchase order to the servicing branch, in real-time! In an industry where time is money – this is a massive time-saver that will allow for a quicker, easier and more efficient way of ordering the gear you need to get the job done. Click here for instructions.

Customers of Lawrence & Hanson have already been taking advantage of the wholesale integration to automatically sync supplier catalogues and invoices. Now, we are excited to announce a further enhancement that allows you to send your Purchase Orders directly through to Lawrence & Hanson via simPRO.

Send POs quicker and easier

Streamlining this process not only saves you time, it also reduces the chance for user error, ensuring your orders are more accurate than ever. This means your local branch receives your order in their system faster too!

Update 2.0 – New Alert For Overdue Invoices 

It’s important to be able to easily identify when your clients have an overdue invoice.

Now when you are creating a new job for a customer, if they have any overdue invoices, a warning will display instantly! This will occur as soon as any invoices are past the due date.

This gives you the ability to chase up the overdue funds before booking in any more work with that customer, ensuring that you keep on top of your cash-flow. It also provides more transparency for the right members of your team within simPRO.

What else is new in simPRO?

With every release, there are slight improvements in addition to the main features we’ve included above. You can read the outline of all the enhancements made in the dedicated release notes for 20.4.3 in the Help Guide. This will be available from Saturday the 31st of October AEST.