January 4, 2012 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Kennewick, Washington - There are a lot of fun things in life. A Lot! Trying to remember and list everything you own, how long you've had it, where you got it and how much you paid for it is not one of the fun things to have to do. If you've ever had to deal with the aftermath of a burglary, or a fire, earthquake, flood, hurricane, tornado, etc., you already know the importance of keeping track of your possessions. A current, complete, inventory information list won't fix the emotional losses that come with a catastrophic loss, but it may lessen the financial burden of the aftermath. It will also allow you to concentrate of other, more important, issues at the time of loss.
Yes, it can be very helpful even if you don't need to file an insurance claim.
TheManagedInventory (TMI) can be used by almost anyone that needs to keep track of nearly anything. Add a property (an apartment, home, home with an out building, multiple homes, a small business, a small business with multiple locations) - even a business that has rolling inventory.
The information TMI creates for you from the data you supply is handy for a lot of additional reasons as well. A complete inventory will make it much easier for you know what you have insured and what isn't insured. Tap a few buttons and you can create exactly the type of information your insurance agent needs to assure you that you have enough coverage - or not. Just because you have an insurance policy that has a coverage figure that is larger than the total of everything you want insured does't mean it actually is. We believe your insurance agent will be very pleased if you had a complete inventory.
So would your accountant - so would your attorney. So would you.
* Compatible with iPad and iPad2
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 43.5 MB
Pricing and Availability:
We know that sitting down and doing a full inventory of an entire household can be a daunting task - this is the price you will need to pay to get all that data into one place. We can help out with some of that. TheManagedInventory is priced at $3.99 (US) for it's introductory period - the price will revert to $19.99 on Feb 1st, 2012.
Based in Kennewick, Washington, TheDataManager Inc is a privately held company formed in 2002 with the express goal of creating high quality, low cost consumer and small business applications. The aim was to take price off the table as an issue, then over-deliver from there on. Copyright (C) 2002-2012 TheDataManager Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.