RESPEC is a COMPLETE system for your Housing Rehab Agency.
RESPEC is easily configurable to your local region to generate necessary reports.
RESPEC was designed with the unique needs of public agencies in mind.
The unique visual interface makes the process of customizing the program a breeze.
Produce bids for Contractors and In-House estimates as well as other standard reports.
If specs are changed after the bid is let or construction starts, you can use RESPEC to issue a change order. This keeps the original specifications intact and creates a clear legal record of any changes.
Video Tutorials are included. Let your computer teach you to use RESPEC.
Full documentation is included on the CD in MS Word format.
Create Inspector Worksheets for use as checklists in the field.
Create complete job specifications by Building, Unit, Location, Surface and Work Item.
Make work write-up, estimates and other documents.
Customize all the provide reports using the built in report editor.
Make your own custom reports using MS Access (Not Included).
Use Fonts and Color in the specs.
Built-in spelling checker.
Create to Change Orders to awarded jobs.
Locate cases by Case#, Address or Owners name.
User Level Access - Configure RESPEC so that inspectors can see and work with only their own cases. Administrators can see and edit all cases.
The program requires Microsoft Windows (XP,7,8). If the system runs Windows fast enough to suit you, then RESPEC should run well on the machine. Generally the requirements are a Pentium 450 or better processor, 128 Megs of RAM, a hard drive with 500 Megs free, 800x600 or better monitor and a Windows compatible pointing device (e.g., mouse, trackball, etc.). As with most programs, a faster processor, more memory and a faster hard drive will give better performance.
The program files and data can be installed on a server drive and shared between users. You can use Windows NT or Novell servers. You can also use Peer-to-Peer LANs (such as Lantastic and Windows 95). Using this method the client workstations
Using the Maintenance program requires exclusive access to the files (i.e., no one else can be running the RESPEC program).
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Last modified: 06/05/13.