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  1. chris day
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    chris day Regular EF Member

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    I am sure the software discussion has been done, sent a link if anyone has it.

    A good sized EICR is coming up(900 circuits) and i want to choose a software to stick with for the long run.
    Up until now i have been OK with the free NIC Online format, i have used NICEIC Click in the past and found it quite good.

    NICEIC Click
    AMtec

    any other suggestions chaps?
     
  2. Murdoch
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    Murdoch Electrician's Arms

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    Buy 3rd party software .


    So when you want to change schemes you don't lose access to all your certificates
     
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  3. andyb
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    andyb Electrician's Arms

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    I agree with Mr Murdoch.
    Easy Cert for me but others on this forum have their own preferences. I'm sure they're all okay.
     
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  4. Flanders
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    Flanders Regular EF Member

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    Yes easy cert for me too
     
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  5. Andy78
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    Andy78 Trusted Advisor

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    I use easycert and it's really quite good once you are used to it. It's very easy to set up templates then the whole process is quite speedy. Not done anything in the region of 900 circuits with it though.
     
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  6. GBDamo
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    GBDamo Regular EF Member

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    Another for EasyCert.
     
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  7. GMES
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    GMES Chief Gorilla Staff Member Trusted Advisor

    And another for easycert, will you just go and buy it already!!! :D:D:D
     
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  8. netblindpaul
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    netblindpaul Trusted Advisor

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    EasyCert.
     
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  9. chris day
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    chris day Regular EF Member

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    No one fancies throwing a cat amongst the pigeons?
     
  10. netblindpaul
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    netblindpaul Trusted Advisor

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    Nope! ;)
     
  11. JK-Electrical
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    JK-Electrical Politically Incorrect Electrician's Arms

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    Easy Cert.
     
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  12. JK-Electrical
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    JK-Electrical Politically Incorrect Electrician's Arms

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    EasyPAT is good too!
     
  13. Dave Rudderham
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    Dave Rudderham Regular EF Member

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    I'm getting the impression that EasyCert might be the one to go for.....
     
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  14. JK-Electrical
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    JK-Electrical Politically Incorrect Electrician's Arms

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    Aye ..... hurry-up and sign-up so we can get our commission.
    :D
     
  15. Dave Rudderham
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    Dave Rudderham Regular EF Member

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    I'm not CPS registered yet so not a lot of point at the minute lol
     
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