What's Included

PACManager is meant to be used by everyone in your business.  That is why every implementation includes the below.  Our process for implementing PAC can be found by clicking here.

In short, we focus on the 6 areas (departments) that every business has regardless of its size.  Below you will see the modules of PAC that fall under each of the 6 areas of business: Marketing, Sales, Operations, Technology, Finance and HR.

CRM
Keeps prospects, clients, vendors and users of PACManager organized, tracks activity and provides powerful reports.

Marketing Efforts
Makes sure goals and KPIs are getting met.

Tracking Expenses
Help determine what efforts make the most sense to expand on or eliminate

Prospecting
Makes sure your sales pipeline stays full and makes sure prospects are added and followed up on a regular basis.

Sales Tracking
From follow ups to effort to commissions, PAC tracks it. The sales meeting report has saved companies a ton of money in time and unnecessary effort.

Referral Partners
If your company utilizes outside sales reps and / or do referral commissions, this is a huge help to track everything.

Project Tracking
Tracking projects from the day it was sold, to the delivery and on going support, PAC helps get it done on time and knows the effort, cost and profit.

Loaded Costs
Every resource, whether a person or equipment, has a cost. That cost plus overhead (cost of doing business) is tracked and used for reporting.

Tracking Expenses
Expenses for internal needs and / or for a project, PAC tracks it and takes it into account when calculating profit.

Inventory Tracking
PAC includes an inventory tracking module that has min / max and reorder notifications.

Minimizing Software Systems
The goal is to have a few systems as possible and still having all the data needed to successfully run the business.

Integrations
There are times proprietary systems are needed within a business, and Spud has integrated with hundreds of them which makes PAC reports and tracking all the more powerful.

Backups / Firewall / Security Audits
PAC tracks to make sure backups are being done, security measures are being taken including virus protection and patches / updates are being done on hardware / software.

Loaded Costs
Every resource, whether a person or equipment, has a cost. That cost plus overhead (cost of doing business) is tracked and used for reporting.

Tracking Expenses
Expenses for internal needs and / or for a project, PAC tracks it and takes it into account when calculating profit.

Asset Tracking
Your CFO will love you for having a year end asset list of everything in use, decommissioned, and recently purchased. PAC can provide that data.

Integrating with Accounting System(s)
PAC integrates with all the well known accounting systems including payroll and benefits systems

New Employee Onboarding
PAC tracks setting up employees and all the associated paperwork and training.

Employee Disciplinary Action / Termination
PAC tracks and stores related documentation and makes sure user access and other tasks are completed when an employee leaves your employment.

Recruiting
We believe business should always be recruiting and keeping in touch with potential candidates on a regular basis.

Top Reasons to Work with Spud and Implement PACManager

  • Our team all work out of our office in Grand Blanc, Michigan. You will get to know our team and they will make sure you are taken care of.

  • We have invested over $1M in the development of PACManager making it the most flexible, thoroughly tested and user friendly software available.

  • Our 24+ years experience of working with hundreds of companies gives us the expertise needed to make your implementation of PAC successful for everyone.

  • We treat our clients as partners. We know our clients success is a direct link to our success.

  • We do all the customization and documentation for you so your team doesn’t get distracted trying to learn how to customize software, create reports, gathering requirements from your team and all the other distractions that occur when companies try to implement a “one size fits all” software.

  • We get it done