Ouch! My most recent build is an I7 3930K with 15 gig ram, an SSD for Win7 and a 2tb for data.All of the rest is top line. I use it for 3D renders and Photo/video edits.
Pottery Inventory Software
Posted 26 June 2015 - 03:03 PM
Just followed up on this post. Yes, using Blender. Steep learning curve as are many Pro grade 3D programs. Still working on all the quirks, but it is really quite a good program for modelling, surfaces, and animation. It also has several post options also that make it quite invaluable with production.
Posted 27 June 2015 - 12:13 PM
What a difference 5 years makes!
Square has now added inventory tracking to its software. The only thing it doesn't do that the OP wanted is keep track of exactly who bought what.
^ Yes. And now they have a customer rewards and email marketing program. I haven't activated it yet, but customer purchase tracking seems to be included. In the past I advised a few retail stores on implementing and using Counterpoint (an expensive inventory management/POS system). Last store that asked I pointed them towards Square because of the cost factor. Especially if you have a touch pad, Square will be the cheapest and easiest alternative.
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