iPoint exhibited for its first time at CEDIA 2016. Attendees can stop by iPoint's booth 1719 during the show at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Sept. 15-17, to explore the latest updates to the iPoint Control platform, watch live demonstrations, and enter to win prizes.
iPoint showcased the latest version of its powerful iPoint Control platform — the company’s flagship software suite engineered to streamline business operations and provide a central point of communication and documentation for the user's entire company. With this update, users experience further QuickBooks integration that enables improved levels of data transfer between iPoint and QuickBooks. A new online syncing capability allows users to create a new customer, invoice, and payment receipt from any Windows, Mac, or iOS device and then sync that data to QuickBooks online from a computer or iOS device. Other updates include multiple ongoing change order support, part requests, Google calendar support, quick estimates, and more.
iPoint has also teamed up with Vital MGMT, owned by industry veteran Paul Starkey and accomplished business coach Steve Firszt, to create the most efficient and comprehensive sales-to-production process available. For almost two years, iPoint collaborated with Vital Management to develop an automated invoicing system that allows dealers to provide summary invoices to clients in order to receive progressive deposits, while still accurately tracking production time and parts, and seamlessly invoice those as delivered. The intended result is 100 percent visibility of any company’s true income and expenses, eliminating the need for anyone but accounting to interact with QuickBooks and reducing the time and labor spent on business operations tasks. Representatives of Vital MGMT will be available to meet with attendees in the iPoint booth.
Attendees who stopped by iPoint’s booth 1719 and attended a full demonstration were entered to win one of 12 iPads and a grand prize drawing of a complete iPoint system with one year of maintenance, valued at $8,500.