Manage your customer orders
The Orders application is just a part of your work chain and it doesn’t try to do all.
Orders is about just one thing, archive your orders in a stable, secure place, easily maintainable and searchable, for successive output and post processing and for any successive use.
It can import from CSV (comma separated values), CSV-S (char separated values using semicolon) and FORM text files, and accepting different encoding formats.
|Orders screenshots - click image to zoom|
Example of data in table format (2 records inside):
name product date price
John Smith Apple Pie 2014/06/22 19.99
Lara Campbell Tiramisu 2014/05/13 14.99
It can import also from ‘form’ format, from text files with a single record per file
Example of data in ‘form’ format (always only 1 record per file):
name= John Smith
product= Apple Pie
|Native Intel 64 bit to take full advantage of the power of the latest Macs||We develop for Mac from a long time. We use only Apple native technology to create OS X apps because we love the Mac and and we love pure true OS X apps|
|Sandboxed and Gatekeeper signed respecting all the Apple rules for first class OS X apps||Includes a full User Guide in PDF accessible under the Help Menu inside the application.|
|Uses Resume, Auto Save, Versions, and Full Screen.
If you quit, on relaunch you will be returned to the same state. There's no need to save, the application does it for you. Always.
You can use the Versions feature from OSX to return to an earlier version of your work.
Full screen natively supported.
|Optimized for OS X 10.11 El Capitan|
For the ‘form’ format the application can even be instructed to automatically import from a specific folder any text file inside this folder at startup or at a recurring time interval and move files, after imported, in another folder. All done unattended, archiving data coming in the input folder inside the internal core data database without any human intervention.
Orders provide an easy search and filter method to search inside all your records with preset periods: today, yesterday, current week, previous week, current month, previous month, current year, previous year.
Read the full Orders Online User Guide in another window.
For general questions about our product, visit our Tension Software Generic OS X FAQ.
You may also read what's new in each version by going to Orders Releases.
|If you want to know more about how buying works, visit the Buy section of our site|