RecordsKeeper keeps records of practically anything. It is a repository for anything that you should or might want to keep a record of, either for reference or for historical purposes.
Customize and label screen and data fields so that whatever you decide you want to track, you can organize it using categories, labels and descriptors that you name yourself. You are not limited, since everything can be customized. There are many help features to guide you. You are provided with a number of meaningful reports.
Because records are kept in various ways, and because we find ourselves looking through files and binders to locate information, there is a need to be able to keep a reference to everything of interest in one place. Other software can do this, but few provide the ability to keep track of virtually everything. With computers, there are many more things to keep track of (licences, sign-on id?s, passwords, web-sites, web-pages, etc.) that it is becoming necessary to keep organized and accessible records. Having medical records (past and current conditions, family member?s conditions, medication regimens and important health measure indicators) well documented and organized can be beneficial during visits with physicians, dealing with insurers and when traveling. Having well organized records about a myriad of things that are important to you will help family and estate executors with understanding, locating and disposing of your possessions. As computers are used more for almost everything, not everybody may have all the details needed to carry on affairs should someone or a main user become incapacitated, or be absent for some period of time. With this system, things of importance can easily be passed on to others.
Give it a try. There is very little to lose except a bit of your time, but a lot to gain in being better organized. Only your imagination will limit what you can do, so have fun! Visit www.therecordskeeper.com for more info.
See also: The RecordsKeeper, RecordsKeeper, catalog, cataloging, home inventory, tracking, assets, records, PIM, Personal Information Manager, Catalogue, Cataloguing