The acquisition formally expands Fishbowl Inventory’s powerful suite inventory management tools to provide smaller businesses with a cutting-edge sales platform.
Fishbowl Inventory is a market leader in inventory, warehouse and manufacturing software for wholesale and manufacturing businesses across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.
Simon Jupe, Fishbowl Inventory Managing Director, said: “For over five years, Fishbowl Inventory and SalesIn have partnered to provide our clients with a seamless sales and inventory management tool. This acquisition sees us formally bring SalesIn under one roof and ensures we can provide a complete tool-set for clients to run their business long into the future, supported by our team right here in Australia.”
“Another opportunity that SalesIn offers us at Fishbowl is to work with businesses that are not ready yet for a larger ERP such as Fishbowl,” Simon Jupe went on to say. “However, they use accounting systems such as Xero, MYOB, Intuit Quickbooks Online and Reckon and will really thrive with the sales and business operations tools that SalesIn provides.”
SalesIn, a division of SyncIT, was founded in 2011 focused on helping small businesses improve sales orders and invoicing processes. The SalesIn app for iOS allows sales reps to access real-time stock levels, product photos, account history and contract pricing.
Damian Smith, SyncIT Managing Director, said: “SalesIn has been synonymous with our business for a long time, and it’s taken on many shapes and forms to get to where it is today. We are extremely grateful to our clients, especially those who have been with us since the beginning all those years ago. But the time has now come to pass the torch.”
“We have enjoyed a positive working relationship with Fishbowl Inventory Australia, and I’m excited to see where Simon’s team takes the platform over the coming years,” Damian added.
The acquisition of SalesIn by Fishbowl Inventory Australia, will see current SalesIn clients supported by the Fishbowl Inventory service team in Mooloolaba, Queensland.