Thursday, September 4, 2008

Beam me up Scotty!

When I was a teenager, I had a boyfriend that was a MAJOR trekkie - long before we even used that term. He would come over to the house to pick me up for a date and next thing I knew we were plopped on the couch watching Star Trek - ugh! All he talked about was Star Trek, Captain Kirk, Spock, etc. If I heard "Beam me up Scotty" or "Space, the final frontier" or stats on the Enterprise one more time, they would have put me in a straight jacket long ago.

Oh, wait - we're not talking about THAT kind of Enterprise!

I recently purchased the "In Voice" program from Paul of Enterprise Solutions. To quote from his Etsy Profile, Paul is a "Microsoft Certified Professional and a Senior Software Engineer for a major public safety company. I am also the owner operator of Enterprise Solutions which allow me some additional diversity."

I am far from a computer geek (no offense Paul ;), but this program made me feel like one. What I mean by this is, it is very simple to use and it comes with a user friendly instruction manual. Oh and the program is sent to you via computer, so there is no mailing involved!

"In Voice is a lightweight invoice application which can store, in addition to invoices, clients, vendors, raw goods and materials and items which your company sells. I also provide the ability for some basic reporting." You can also upgrade and have your Etsy Avatar added to the program, which I did and I absolutely love it!

So far, I have used the program for invoicing, which I send in my packages, and am getting ready to use it for inventory for my supply shop. This program has added a more professional look to my business and being able to create reports from it is a plus!

If you are in need of a little more organization, check out Paul's In Voice system, you won't regret it. Plus he is very convo friendly, so any questions, simply ask him and he'll have the answser.

Beam me up Paul!


p.s. I trust this new Etsy seller. He is not only a very intelligent guy with an awesome new software program, but he is also my brother-in-law :)


Any Occasion Boutique said...

Hey...I know Paul! He owes me money!!! LOL!!!

I, too, use In Voice. A FABULOUS program which I highly recommend.

Paul said...

You’re right, not that Enterprise. I used the name Enterprise Solutions because I develop enterprise level software solutions for businesses. This means there are typically several components across several computers working together. Besides, it sounds catchy.

And by the way, the star ship you displayed is not Kirks' ship. James T Kirk commanded USS Registry 1701. You are showing the NX-01 commanded by Jonathan Archer which predated Kirks’ command. However; the badest Enterprise was USS Registry 1701-D commanded by Jean-Luc Picard, not considering any movie related star ships. I know stats too. How about that straigh jacket now?

Angie Kelly Designs said...

LMAO!! Go Paul! That was hilarious :) Ahhh...good times. ♥

Any Occasion Boutique said...

Stomach churning....vomit at throat level....need.....toydee bowl NOOOWWWW!!!! And to think I live with this man, Angie!! Yes, I will admit it...Paul is my husband. There! I said it!! Can I have my fudge brownie now, Paul?

Anonymous said...

That really sounds like a fantastic program and certainly time saving which is an absolute plus!! More time for creating - yipee!!

Great stats Paul! Bet you can't wait for the new movie to come out - shame it was moved from it's December debut! Yeah, ok, I admit it... I... like... Star Trek. (runs and hides in closet)

Any Occasion Boutique said...

It's OK, Sharon...I still love you :-)

ALRIGHT! I will admit that I do like watching, hah...of all names...Enterprise! Scott Bacula is awesome and the show is more realistic (like the graphics). Ok, Ok, and I will watch The Next Generation some times because I think Warf and Data are totally cool and Cpt Piccard is one hell of an actor! Are you people happy now?

Do you still love me, Debi?

Anonymous said...

Ah HAH!! I knew it!! You can't be married to a guy like Paul and not like Star Trek!! I know, we've got the "Star Trek Star Charts" book sitting on our book shelf right next to my Carl Jung, hah! Patrick Stewart was the best by far but you know I did like Voyager too, the doctor's character was a fascinating.

Join us Rocki... Jooooiin uuuuus!

Angie Kelly Designs said...

LOL! Y'all are makin my sides hurt!
Captain's Log, Stardate 54324.5....

Any Occasion Boutique said...

I will attempt to make my comment through the tears of laughter rolling down my face!!

Oh I have a feeling Debi will be joining us...I do know she is swimming in orders right now (YEAHHH!!!) so this is the reason for her absence. She will be with us soon (Honey, go lock the door!).

Rocki said...

I'm busting my booty all day, leave you all to 'talk amungst' yourselves and look what happens :0

Here I blogged to promote my dear brother-in-law's awesome software and talk about being railroaded! Holy moly Batman!

You are all grounded until I say otherwise. Now go to your rooms and think about what you have done to my poor little blog.

Oh and Paul, a ship is a ship is a ship - smarty!

Nanoo Nanoo. Oops, wrong show, "Live long and prosper"

Anonymous said...

Yeah, you're all grounded! You should be ashamed of yourselves! (*snicker*)

Any Occasion Boutique said...


Walk in the Woods said...

Hmmm . . . verrrrry interesting!

I think I'll fix myself a cup of earl grey - hot, and check it out . . .

Rosebud Collection said...

Sounds like a great program..and having him as a brother-in-law doesn't hurt either..
I knew he was Any Occasions husband..after reading the comments, I son-in-law is a computer programmer, of course you couldn't tell it by my knowledge of computers..Lucky I can keep a blog..

Rocki said...

Thanks Walk & Rosebud :)

To all my clowns, you can run, but you can't hide ;)