List My Contents Software

List My Contents Software from List My Contents

By: List My Contents  09-Mar-2013
Keywords: Financial Management, Contents Insurance, Home and Contents Insurance

List My Contents lets you: • Track items - Keep a record of all those things that are important to you including, furniture, photos, receipts, warranty and insurance details. • Add attachments - a picture is worth a thousand words, so use them for all the items you record in List My Contents. Attachments can be photos or documents. • Record notes - so you have rcorded the details for an item, added a photo, but there are other details you want to record. Simply record notes against the item. • Produce reports - choose from an extensive selection of pre-formatted reports. Produce reports either on screen or in a number of formats including traditional printing, spreadsheets, pdf's and even email them. • Secure your information - after spending time recording all those details, backup your information with one click and store the details on your own computer. You can also use this backup to restore your information back into List My Contents. • Export information - want to use your recorded information in some other way? No problem, just export your information in the format you choose. • Analyse insurance - compare what you have recorded in List My Contents against your insurance policies to get an idea whether you are over or under insured. • Global access - access List My Contents from anywhere in the world. Don't store details of your possessions on a computer that can be stolen. Let more than one person access your information at a time.

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List My Contents is the revolutionary way to record and track all the items you have in your home. It makes sense to know what you own, what your home contents are worth, and be able to prove this to your insurance company as a list of contents. You can even provide the detail of your home contents to the authorities in the event of a loss or theft.