SolveXia’s pilot project initiative enables you to evaluate the merits and capabilities of the SolveXia system for your organisation.
Over 90% of prospects that requested a paid pilot in the last 2 years have become long term clients of the service.
We encourage you to undertake a 2-month paid pilot project that aims to automate two of your key identified processes. This includes training a staff member to work with the software and configure any number of your business processes.
We guarantee that we focus on addressing how SolveXia delivers a flexible solution that exceeds your requirements for this pilot project. Over the years, SolveXia has implemented many processes and we are confident that we can achieve a similar successful outcome for your business.
This is what makes us different and allows us to bring about profound transformation through process automation.
With our pilot program, we will help you to automate, activate and accelerate your business by:
- Streamlining repetitive processes and delivering measurable benefits to the bottom and top line;
- Simplifying repetitive processes so that your team can focus on value-adding tasks and activities;
- Providing advanced interpretation of critical business data needed to run your business more effectively.
SolveXia has been accepted into the Australian government’s “Technology Showcase” program – an initiative designed to increase the profile of world leading innovative technology enterprises in Australia. Admission to this program is restricted to companies that are developing and commercialising genuinely new and valuable technology. We were also one of the high tech companies featured in Tech23 in 2010 and we were a finalist at CeBIT.au 2011 business awards in both the Project Excellence and the Business Advantage categories.
Contact us for more information about our pilot program and take advantage of this low investment approach to commencing your process automation journey. We welcome you to join our increasing number of satisfied clients who have dared to expect more from their data and system providers.