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Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by lonesome_wolf2000, Nov 27, 2001.

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  1. lonesome_wolf2000

    lonesome_wolf2000 Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    I have a client that rents video tapes out of a local grocery store. He is wanting some type of software to manage his rentals. Basically all it needs to do is:

    handle customer names/accounts
    keep track of late fees
    keep track of current fees
    keep track of dates that tapes were rented / due back
    etc


    if anyone knows of any software please post asap. I would appreciate it very much!!

    Thanks.
     
  2. Rockn

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  3. angel

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    Going off of Rockn's last idea, you could also contact a video rental store in a different city (preferably not a chain). They might be willing to share with you what they use if it isn't like you are a competitor.
     
  4. lonesome_wolf2000

    lonesome_wolf2000 Thread Starter

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    :p I tried contacting another video place and they really gave me an attitude about it. The said something about "I dont think i need to give you that information...." Nice huh?

    Anyways.... I found some software:

    Video Store ...from above
    and the other one is called Video Mate

    Also if anyone knows of any FREE software for this purpose, please post...

    i also thought about making a program to suit them, but my programming skills are very limited.
     
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