Manufacturing Software Partnership

The manufacturing sector is one of many industries which TimeClick® serves. Most of these have smaller operations with basic time tracking needs. Though their businesses may be small, many have complex manufacturing processes which require detailed inventory tracking and quick order flow. Last year, Hawkeye Technology, LLC. partnered with Passport Software Inc, who provides an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) solution for small to medium size companies.

Passport Business Solutions      

Passport Software Inc has been providing software solutions since 1983 and has an extensive network of partners who provide onsite and remote customer service. In 2005, they introduced manufacturing software as one of their packages. Passport has helped thousands of customers nationwide improve business processes by providing flexible software solutions.

PBS Manufacturing –

PBS Manufacturing software helps to reduce inventory and product lead times by improving your order flow and increasing visibility. The flexible reporting can provide actual costs at any point in the product’s production, and allows you to develop more accurate pricing and quoting to improve your company’s profitability.  They specialize in helping manufacturers who make to order, make to stock, engineer to order, and even those who are a combination of these. In addition, they can assist distributors with light assembly. Having worked with PBS extensively over the last year, we highly recommend them to all of our customers. They place customer service at a premium and focus on helping you improve your business.

Visit their website to learn more.PBS MFG

Clayson S.


Author Bio: Clayson graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Statistics from Utah State University. He has been working at Hawkeye Technology LLC since Aug 2013. In the office he is known as the “Boy Scout” of customer service. He has an unhealthy obsession with the Utah Jazz. He still believes Michael Jordan pushed off, Derek Fisher lied and John Stockton is the greatest point guard ever.

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