Dave Gregurke
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volcanic reviewed on 10 Oct 2012
To sum it up, value for money, a solid range of features and sweet options to make those reports and invoices the best damn looking bills anyone will ever see!

Way back in 2006 I chose Studiometry to run the small ad agency I was in charge of. I looked at a few competitors others I knew were using, but the annual running costs were just unjustifiable. The initial outlay for Studiometry is solid value, and the upgrades down the track are super affordable, but having said that if you don't want to upgrade and skip a version, it all works just fine until you do decide to.

We needed a project management and estimate/invoicing solution and I found the trial of Studiometry to be a breeze, and within a short time I had purchased a copy for the staff at the agency. Each version upgrade since then has been a big leap.

6 years later I still highly recommend this software to freelancers and small studios and agencies alike. The customer support is brilliant (I have had some queries answered literally in minutes!) but otherwise the ticketing feedback process is easy to use.

Another thing I love about this is you can also make feature requests and work with the developers in improvements for all users.
[Version 10.0]


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volcanic replied on 28 Oct 2012
Hey Gabp, look I only know Studiometry, and prior to that we did a heck of a lots of manual stuff (invoicing from excel says it all!).

Certainly for the price point I don't believe it can be beat, it has a lot of features I don't even use yet, but the core stuff I need is searchable data across the client base.

It's pretty much like this for me
1. Create Client
2. Create Project attached to Client
3. Then just go from there for example
3a. Time your work on said project
3b. Enter manual costs and project info
3c. Create Estimate (Quote) to sent to Client
4. Invoice client
5. Track overdue invoices
6. Enter payments (can be done as whole invoice payment or you can manually eneter partial payments and allocate them to an invoice)
7. Once job invoice is paid close it off.

Hope that helps
cheers
volcanic
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