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6/21/2004

Amariko Software

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Company will be be promoting its Coating Pro Software--a shop-management software solution designed specifically for wet paint and powder coating job shops.

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Company will be be promoting its Coating Pro Software--a shop-management software solution designed specifically for wet paint and powder coating job shops. This comprehensive multi-user solution handles quoting, order processing, shipping, invoicing—and everything in between—with links to popular accounting packages. Features coating and multi-purpose inventory, ISO/QS9000-standard form labeling, job scheduling, password security, management reports and more, With the newest version of Coating Pro, V2Rel2e, the company is introducing a bar-coding system that redefines simplicity. Track shop-floor and work-in-plant data with just a few easy scans. Eliminate manual entry of production data and get faster more accurate information! Amariko Software has been serving the finishing industry since 1985, and is dedicated to helping your shop improve efficiency, management, and quality control with Coating Pro Software. Also available: Plating Pro Software for plating, anodizing and other metal finishing job shops.

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