SAi announces SideKick tool

SAi, which makes the Flexi wide format design software, has released a new tool, SideKick, to help wide format users organize jobs from quotes to invoicing.

SAi’s SideKick lets users organize account contacts and track jobs through various production stages.

It comes pre-loaded with a database of predefined products and finishing options, including average industry costs. Users can configure their own pricing taking into account their materials and labour costs as well as discounts and taxes. It can be used to quickly create PDF job quotes and when accepted those quotes can be quickly turned into orders with one click and the jobs tracked through various production stages. Once finished, the job details can be exported for invoicing.

Annette Plummer, VP Marketing for SAi, explained “No one likes doing paperwork, but it’s necessary if you’re running a business. Our smaller customers, in particular, frequently tell us that administrative tasks are their least favorite and most time-consuming part of their jobs.” 

She added: “SAi SideKick effectively addresses our customers’ wider requirements and ensures hassle-free shop management at a low monthly operating cost,” Plummer adds. “The result is a more streamlined administrative process that ultimately saves business managers time.”

It’s available now and costs $49.95 / €49.95 a month for customers with an annual Flexi subscription, or $59.95 / €59.95 for those with a month-to-month subscription. Those on a traditional annual license will be charged $69.95 / €69.95 a month or $79.95 / €79.95 for traditional licensees month-to-month. It also works within SAi’s MyFlexi App

You can find further details from thinksai.com.


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