TheManagedInventory 1.2.1 for iPad - Inventory, Property Management

in Productivity (E)

[] Kennewick, Washington - TheDataManager today is pleased to announce TheManagedInventory 1.2.1 for iPad, an update to their sleek Productivity app that enables users to create and maintain a full inventory of the contents of homes, properties, and businesses. The app's modern templates hold photos and descriptions of all contents, plus financial info about each item. In addition, the app manages insurance policies, creates reports, and maintains property information, offering complete protection in case of fire or catastrophe. The current update brings Retina display support for the New iPad.

Keeping a complete inventory of furniture, personal belongings, art, electronics and other items of value is, as any property insurance representative will confirm, absolutely necessary. But while most households have some form of insurance, few have sufficient documentation to qualify for full reimbursement in case of loss. TheManagedInventory provides the kind of record that attorneys and accountants recommend to their clients.

Feature Highlights:
* Create an attractive, legally admissible inventory for insurance purposes
* Inventory multiple properties, homes, businesses, etc.
* Once set up, users can view the total items in all properties, items in individual properties, or just the items in one room
* Keep track of everything during a move
* Photograph interiors and exteriors of all properties and businesses
* Enhanced for use with Retina display - supports high resolution pictures
* Address format, state names, and size units for USA, Canada, Netherlands, Switzerland, France, Australia, and Denmark
* Currently on sale at 50% off

The smartly designed app consists of six folders: Inventory (all the owner's items), Properties (items organized by location), Policies (track and manage insurance policies), Reports (generate and print reports and item lists), Camera (take a photo of an inventory item), and Settings (choose currencies, backgrounds, passcodes, etc.) Of course, the heart of the app is the Inventory function, which is easy to compile, browse, and search.

Users begin by taking a photo of each item to be inventoried. Each can include a title, date of purchase, category, value, serial number, etc. Items are saved straight into the Inventory, stored securely in an industrial-strength database. Once completed, the Inventory is beautifully presented on the iPad, and users can choose to view it by photos organized into stacks, or in list mode showing a thumbnail, item details, and the total value of the items. The Inventory can be sorted by Item, Property (location), or user-defined Group (owned by which member of the family, etc.).

"TheManagedInventory can be used by almost anyone who needs to keep track of nearly anything," commented Larry Barcot of TheDataManager. "Add a property, such as an apartment, home, out-building, multiple homes, a small business, a small business with multiple locations, or even a business that has rolling inventory. A complete inventory will make it much easier for you know what you have insured and what you don't have insured."

Language Support:
* U.S. English, UK English, Danish, and French

Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 134 MB

Pricing and Availability:
TheManagedInventory 1.2.1 is on sale until July 1 at 50% off for $9.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category. Review copies are available on request.

Based in Kennewick, Washington, TheDataManager Inc was founded by Larry Barcot in 2002. TheDataManager Inc has 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, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.