These additional patents reinforce Qvinci’s commitment to providing advanced “ERP-like” features and functionality to its accountant and SMB customers that is affordable and easy to use.
AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB) April 25, 2018
Qvinci® Software has further cemented its leadership position for financial consolidation, reporting, business intelligence and workflow management solutions with the issuance of its third United States patent, in addition to two granted Mexican patents and an issued patent in Australia.
The technology behind Qvinci’s financial reporting platform was originally described in U.S. Patent No. 9,020,946 (click to read PDF) and U.S. Patent No. 9,483,799 (click to read PDF) as well as in a variety of other patent applications that are currently pending in the United States and worldwide. Australia was the first international patent awarded. Titled System and Method for Consolidating Account Data, Qvinci’s technology is also described in Standard Patent No. 2011353001 (click to read PDF) issued by the Australian Patent Office.
The newly granted intellectual property expands Qvinci’s US technology base as set forth in U.S. Patent No. 9,858,624 (click to read PDF), and brings the suite of Qvinci’s intellectual property to the markets in Mexico by virtue of Mexican patents MX/a/2013/005359 (click to read PDF) and MX/a/2013/011581 (click to read PDF).
William Murphy, Senior Editor of Insightful Accountant noted on Qvinci’s new capabilities, “How could you possibly not be jumping up and down screaming at the top of your lungs, “I want it, I want it now“…“it’s like nothing you have ever seen before!”
Qvinci integrates with QuickBooks®, Xero®, MYOB® and Excel® to solve the financial data consolidation, syncing, mapping, reporting, business intelligence and workflow management challenges for the accounting, franchising and multi-unit business markets. Our solutions empower decision-makers and their trusted advisors with secure, automated and near real-time “ERP-like” features and functionality that is cost-effective and easy to use.
According to inventor Charles Nagel, “These additional patents reinforce Qvinci’s commitment to providing advanced “ERP-like” features and functionality to its accountant and SMB customers that is affordable and easy to use.” Nagel further added that “the Qvinci solutions allow our accounting and SMB customers to use emerging technologies just like the enterprise class companies with true “ERP” systems, but at a fraction of the cost or complexity.”
According to Qvinci CEO, Brad Adams, “These additional patents underscore Qvinci's strong commitment to creating and improving technologies that solve complex financial data challenges on a secure and near real-time basis for accountants and SMB customers all over the world.” Adams added that “these additional patents issued and the many to come are another clear and decisive leap forward toward Qvinci’s long-term strategy, mission and vision to become the global leader in “best in class” near real-time cloud-based consolidation, reporting, business intelligence and workflow management solutions for accountants and SMB customers.”