Amphis Customer Software


 

Amphis Customer is a contact management, invoicing, job and customer relationship management (CRM) solution. Best suited for small and midsize organizations, this system can only be deployed on-premise.

Amphis Customer features contact management, appointments, quotes, estimates, invoicing, job management, mail merge, SMS messaging, email, tasks, reports and more. Users can store contact details and customers notes, create individual appointment reminder letters, email or messages.

Customers can be organized by group or status to access multiple customers at once. Other features include integration with website signups, VoIP SIP phones or Skype, mail merge support, jobs, job sheets, credit notes and expense tracking.

Amphis Customer's product database is also capable of creating purchase orders and storing items sold by customers, as well as supplier invoices.

 

Amphis Customer - Main menu
 
  • Amphis Customer - Main menu
    Main menu
  • Amphis Customer - Customer detail
    Customer detail
  • Amphis Customer - Edit job
    Edit job
  • Amphis Customer - Reminders
    Reminders
  • Amphis Customer - Appointment view
    Appointment view
Supported Operating System(s):
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 8

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Andy from Turners Plumbing & Heating

July 2011

July 2011

If only all company's had customer support like this!

Ease-of-use

Product Quality

Customer Support

Ease-of-use
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I would recommend this software to anyone looking to build and add more functions to there database

Pros

This is a great bit of software, but what makes it is the support that goes with it! They have been excellent from the start, from my first question. Tom has come back to me quickly and all ways with the best way to sort out my problem

Cons

It doesn't support the screen on my notebook, but I have got round that.

Source: Capterra