There have been a number of helpful responses on Basecamp recently to questions on fee collection systems, ranging from Cash/Direct Debit/Debit Cards etc. Linking digital systems to stall booking/allocations etc may be right for you.
Below is a new system for you to consider – from our sponsor Edge, who presented their system at last week’s NABMA Conference in Harrogate.
Chris Edge, CEO of Edge IT Systems says: “We are pleased to be launching AdvantEDGE Market software solution at NABMA’s Annual Conference & AGM here at Harrogate on 27th October 2022.
Here is the link to the 2nd edition of our Market Software News that is the best introduction to our cloud based AdvantEDGE Markets software.
Our Market Software News includes both the product information brochure with pricing, and for principal authorities the procurement details to make a direct award via the Everything ICT procurement framework.
Also, here is the link to the two minute introductory video to AdvantEDGE Markets being displayed on our exhibition stand.
EDGE became a certified carbon neutral software supplier in July, so we do not add to the carbon footprint of our clients.
Our objective is paperless administration with stall holders/ traders using our Client portal to manage their bookings, contact details and insurance documents.
We are now developing online payments and on a live link for your websites so that the public can search markets and view maps with stall holder/ trader details.
AdvantEDGE Markets builds on our 30 years’ experience supplying software to local councils and 16 years providing cloud based software to councils, cemeteries & crematoria.
We celebrated our 30thanniversary on 18th October with a webinar on the theme of “Cloud Administration – Reality or Myth?”.
The videos of the excellent presentations from six guest speakers and two case studies on paperless administration are available online here and demonstrate our commitment to our clients.
Our team of 11 staff includes 5 practitioners and an APSE consultant, and we are looking forward to working with the market sector.
David Preston (BA Hons)
The National Association of British Market Authorities