Timed Auction Software

Live Auction Software

Penny Auction Software

Visual Auction 10 is our flagship software that allows you to run an Ebay-like site. Auction Broadcaster live auction software enables auctioneers to engage internet users in live auctions. Visual Penny Auction software allows you to run your own real-time, exciting Penny Auction!
   

Auction Software Specialists

Although our Auction Software will fit most people's needs right out of the box, we recognize that creative minds can come up with unique ideas. We can provide software customizations for any of our software packages.

 

Silent Bid Mobile

Bring your charity auction into the 21st century. Silent Bid Mobile can help you with your fundraising efforts and increase the proceeds from your charity event!

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 Organize your auction paperwork and other
   important documents in your own
   online file cabinet!
Never misplace another document. Organize all your paperwork inside Visual File Cabinet, your personal online file cabinet!
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A Word of Caution

Auction Software by its very nature requires an efficient program written in a robust language in order to keep up with all of the inherent automated processes involved. Be aware that there are firms out there selling Auction Software written in languages like Perl or ASP (Active Server Pages using VBScript) that have known problems when used with this type of application. (Google: asp memory leak problems) Ask for ColdFusion, C++ or PHP 5 or above.

TIPS FOR PURCHASING AUCTION SOFTWARE:

Be careful of sites that don't list their phone numbers. That may indicate a one-man operation and poor (or nonexistent) support.
Google maps is a good resource! Know who you are buying from. If their address is in a residential area be careful.
Ask if you get the source code for the software you are buying. If they say no then you may be in for unexpected charges for bug fixes
in the future.