Palo Alto, California (PRWEB) October 22, 2014
The makers of the sign industry's most comprehensive cloud-based business management solution announced that it will release its next generation software platform, shopVOX, at the SGIA 2014 expo in Las Vegas, Nevada.
“Entrepreneurs in custom businesses require modern tools in order to efficiently grow sales, collaborate with vendors and customers and deliver the right goods on time,” says Rao Meka, CEO of ShopVOX. “The unveiling of ShopVOX is the result of four years of feedback from our customers in 20 countries. Companies are looking for simple and easy-to-use tools to tackle workflow, pricing management, customer collaboration and delivery.”
shopVOX requires no programming so that all businesses can model any custom manufacturing or workflow process. It has all the business management tools any custom business needs, including but not limited to CRM, Order Management, Production Management and complete integration to accounting systems like Quickbooks and Xero. It also provides open API to work with any cloud based third party systems like web-to-print, Google Apps or shopping carts.
shopVOX will be available in three versions, shopVOX Express, shopVOX PRO and shopVOX Premier starting at $49/Month without any long term contracts and a true pay as-you-go subscription model.
“We are excited by the release of the shopVOX platform,” said Andrew Butcher, Managing Director of SignSite. “It has all the features and benefits of signVOX but will save our company even more money by providing a comprehensive suite. Any company that deals with custom workflow, customer collaboration or custom pricing in their business will be thrilled to find the end-to-end capabilities of shopVOX.”
shopVOX will be demonstrated in booth 2546 at the SGIA Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the Las Vegas Convention Center, from October 22nd-24th. SGIA 2014 is a must-attend expo for any speciality graphics industry professional.
shopVOX is provided by TechVOX, Inc., a Palo Alto, California headquartered company.