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Hello, First a note when you look at a typical day if you call on 30 clients that gives you only 18 minutes per client and that doesn't include travel time between clients. My calculation is for a 9 hour day with no lunch or breaks. The best solution would be contact software such as http://www.primasoft.com/deluxeprg/contact_software_overview.htm , this one of many and prices will range from $30.00 to several $100.00 dollars. You will need to make sure the version you buy support you client base (be able to keep track of between 1000 and 2000 clients). You can also do a spreadsheet on excel and you would break each state into sections and each section would be broke down into days of the week and clients in that section, this lets you track the clients but is much harder to keep notes. Also if the company doesn't provide you with a paper list of all clients you may want to make an index card file as a backup so if there are technical dificulties you will be able to call on your customers. On these cards you would only keep vital contact information and the most important notes on a client. Thank You Tom
The information is fine for organizing contacts I'm sure.
My question originally is an affordable ($500.00 to $600.00) GPS that will hold 1000 locations or more and can have 20 to 45 routes over a 4 state area.
This is very good info. but it's specs say 15 routes and 1000 favorites
Do you know of a GPS that has more than 15 routes?
I would like a route a day or I can combine days that is not a problem. Do you know how many locations per route? I have a GPS with 10 routes but only 10 locations per route.