Asolvi and JetAdvice strengthen partnership
September 30, 2020
Asolvi announced that it has strengthened and deepened its global strategic technology partnership with JetAdvice, a Print Fleet Management and Managed Print Service (MPS) software provider.
Asolvi and EuroForm, the company behind the JetAdvice brand, have worked together for eight years to integrate their software and support MPS dealers and distributors in a rapidly evolving industry—and have a combined customer base that spans 30 countries. Together, Asolvi and JetAdvice provide solutions that enable greater automation and streamlining of core tasks.
These include stock and consumables management, service and helpdesk management, optimisation of engineer and technician scheduling and invoicing and contract management. JetAdvice’s software is already integrated with many of Asolvi’s solutions including Winserv, Evatic, CBS and 2Serv. Email and CSV integration are possible right now with Asolvi’s Vantage Online software, and Asolvi sadi that today’s announcement sets the scene for even tighter integration in the future.
“Today marks the start of a new era in Asolvi’s long-standing partnership with JetAdvice,” commented Tony Milford, Asolvi’s Chief Sales & Marketing Officer. “It comes at a strategically important time for Asolvi as we prepare Vantage Online for internationalisation and begin to ramp up availability for the European MPS sector. The closer integration that’s planned for our respective product portfolios will leverage our combined expertise and deliver even greater support to our current and future clients.”
“We’re delighted to be expanding our best-of-breed partnership with Asolvi,” explained Mark Kouwenberg, Sales Director at JetAdvice. “Our collective history and experience put us in a unique position to support the MPS sector by boosting remote device management capabilities and rationalising supply chain operations with strong focus on contractual profitability and customer retention. We see an exciting future ahead that embraces the Internet of Things and advanced Machine to Machine communications—both of which have the potential to remove many of the manual, repetitive and error-prone tasks that have impacted the MPS sector in the past.”
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