The company said the automated online system, which is being launched at PrintEx11, will make it easy for sales staff using iPads to provide quick and accurate quotes to customers on the go.
Director Glenn Mitchell said DaVinci received interest from companies in the UK that are searching for ways to cut costs.
“If printers in Australia think the industry is cut-throat here, they should go to the UK,” he said.
“Printers are increasingly focusing on lean manufacturing, and you can’t get any leaner that having a print shop on your phone.
“We believe that printers can’t survive if they have the burden of employing lots of staff and our software automates many jobs so they don’t have to,” says Mitchell.
“It means the sales rep can meet with a client, give them all the information they need and close the deal on the spot.”
DaVinci said iQuote 2 uses a completely graphical display to allow print salespeople and their customers to quote and upload print jobs via a tablet or computer.
DaVinci will show iQuote 2 at its PrintEx11 stand.
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