New Software Release From Miracle Service

Nexent Innovations Inc., a globally recognized leader for service management software development has announced the latest update to their Miracle Service software: v7.0 SQL Database.

With a new system interface and exciting new features, Miracle Service v7.0 SQL offers office equipment dealers a variety of enhanced and new options to support their service management business, including:

  • Advanced one-key equipment search
  • Enhanced time tracking and database security
  • A new, simplified dashboard view
  • Google Maps integration

Miracle Service supports the complete service life cycle for office equipment dealers, fully integrating CRM, sales, dispatching, technician scheduling, meter contract management, inventory, billing and mobile field service into a single system designed to streamline operations.

Their latest release, Miracle Service v7.0 SQL was developed in response to customer demand. “This latest upgrade comes from customer feedback on desired new functionality, system scalability, and data integration requirements,” stated Mr. Robert Sombach, VP of Operations and Development for Nexent. “We continue to invest in our software systems and platforms to ensure our customers are equipped with the features they need to grow and optimize their service businesses.”

Along with the updates to their current software edition, Miracle Service has enhanced the interface of their Customer Portal and Mobile Field Technician Console. Miracle Service v7.0 SQL is designed to be a modular system that allows customers to add features as their business requires it, without the need to invest in an expensive system up front with functionality not needed today. “We’ve made improvements to how our modules are organized and their interface navigation;” states Mr. Sombach, “making it quicker and easier for customers to find what they need and add features as they need them.”

Visit the new Miracle Service website to learn more about their updated service software v7.0 SQL Database, as well as their unique modular approach to supporting field service providers at