What is Gaviti?
What is your App’s name, what do you do, & when did you get published on Intuit’s Apps.com?
We are Gaviti, we help businesses to get paid on time!
Gaviti is an innovative, award-winning solution and approach to receivables, credit control, collections, and reporting. We help businesses who sell on credit to keep track, follow up on and monitor their debtors. Gaviti helped multiple businesses to take (or start) their collections process to the next level while saving time.
While Gaviti is very capable invoice and debtor tracking solution it’s much more – It helps decision makers to understand the state of their A/R and make decisions based upon facts and insights provided by the platform.
We are in business since 2016 and on QuickBooks Apps.com since Jan 2018. Visit us at https://apps.intuit.com/gaviti.
What was the main problem you were trying to solve when you first developed Gaviti?
Most small and medium businesses don’t have the expertise or resources to effectively run receivables and collect payment due.
We felt that there is a lot of opportunity with this marked and built a comprehensive collections suite.
Gaviti allows every business to arrange their receivables according to best practice as implemented by experienced professionals.
Every aspect from data arrangement and prep – to contacting client s(and involving 3rd party collections if needed) -to reporting – Gaviti takes care of it!
What companies (or users) are the best fit for Gaviti?
Businesses that prefer an innovative approach to a time old problem are perfect for Gaviti.
Companies that look to empower their receivables and collections at a reasonable price would enjoy Gaviti the most. We are a great ROI!
Tell us about your company’s culture and leadership.
For both co-founders, Alex and Yan, Gaviti is a second venture. We were looking to combine are both talents and solve the problem that is meaningful and would impact as many users as possible. Alex decided to capitalize on his software development skills with 10 plus years of experience and Yan figured that his decade-long experience as an international collections manager could be a great addition to the team. Having worked in several countries and worked with over 50 countries we understand that people are different and try to build a product that will accommodate everyone. Openness to different cultures and approaches prove itself very helpful for us while we were starting Gaviti.
How is Gaviti different from your competitors?
Our approach to building a software product is that it must be as flexible as possible and as easy to understand for the users. Query is easy to customize to make suitable for any business and scenario. We have seen quite a few over the years we have encountered numerous collection situation and enough in billions of dollars collected.
Another strengths that are worth mentioning are great Mobile support and graffitis reporting capabilities for businesses to take the analytical approach.
What is the pricing for Gaviti?
Our prices start below $50 a month. This allows even a small business to get their receivables in shape.
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