I'm looking for a software developer to create a full manufacturing / cost accounting / financial accounting software package for dental labs. It seems like no one has this capability right now. Why...See more do almost all current packages track and analyze nothing more than account receivables, record payroll, and keep an inventory of certain materials? Labs are forced to buy a separate accounting software and import data to manage their costs and accounting needs. Why can't labs record and analyze all business revenue and costs in one place, as well as prepare financial statements. Labs must do this anyway. Who will be the first software developer to step up to the challenge?
Feb 21-22, 2014 · Chicago, IL
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In 2005, there were approximately 11,250 labs in the U.S.; today, there are about 8,100 (including in-house labs). There’s been the most dramatic attrition in Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Mississippi which are down by an average of 25%.
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