Re: Skit & Troopmaster program
Hilding Holroyd (hilding@CATFISH.OCPT.CCUR.COM)
Tue, 4 May 1993 09:08:16 -0500
> Does anyone have any experience with the program called Troopmaster 3.0 that
> I've seen advertised in Scouter magazine? Is it worthwhile or more trouble th
> it's worth. Is there anything similar for a Macintosh? Or are there better
> Daniel S. Bailey
> Scoutmaster, Troop 88
> Quality Unit Award, 1st year in existence!
> Pikes Peak Council
> Colorado Springs, CO
> (719) 535-4970 work
> (719) 528-1908 home
Dan, since I did not see an e_mail address, I am posting this to the entire
I have been a user of Troopmaster 3.0 for a year. It takes a bit to get all of
the information into it (what database system does not take time to
set up right?). I have found that it can provide me with all that I really
need. In the beginning, I thought there was some reports/functions lacking
(and a few other limitations), but I have found over the year that I really
did not need them. It has helped a great deal in tracking advancement.
There are also Cubmaster, financial packages and, for those District
Advancement Chairpeople out there, District Merit Badge Counselor software.
There is a Merit Badge Counselor list in Troopmaster for those troops who
maintain their own list.
[NO I am not a salesperson, I just try to use available software which I
don't have to write myself.]
All in all (and I am a computer analyst/programmer) I found it put together
quite well and I do like it. If you would like more details, please
feel free to contact me.
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