In today’s market, it's safe to say that "One Size Does Not Fit All." Options, personal preferences, and flexibility are essentials that business owners are looking for. They want to operate their business in a manner that is best for them, not their software provider. Owners are not looking to invest in software because their provider spouts off the latest buzz words, rather they prefer stability, reliability, and dependability.
One of the most frequent questions I get when doing training on inventory management is, “What’s the difference between a “Bulk item” and “New item?”
Victoria Brooks, Brooks Pawn & Jewelry, Modesto, CA
Brooks Jewelry opened for business in 1981 in a one-room office. Their goal was to run a reputable hometown business. They bought and sold estate (used) jewelry. By 1993 Brooks added pawns and second-hand dealing as an option for people that just need a short term loan and did not wish to sell
Having issues with your pawn software? You always need reliable software to run your shop, however, it is especially critical during the holidays. After all, 21% of annual retail sales came from the holidays in 2015, according to the National Retail Federation. This is why it is absolutely critical for that your software company invests in the most reliable services to protect your business.
Having the largest customer base in the industry for many, many years (over 3,000 customers), Data Age / PawnMaster is proud to introduce PawnMaster Ignite. Ignite is the only true cloud based pawn software on the market. Data Age is known for building high quality, easy to use, "bullet proof" products. We have accomplished this by employing sound software development and testing processes. We don’t rush to market to capitalize on buzz words just to line our pockets and position our company, only to eventually get bought out. We have the resources, the firepower and the customer base, which could have seen us release a real cloud product six years ago. Cost, technology, and demand (among other reasons), saw us sit back and wait until the timing was right.