OREM, Utah, Nov. 27, 2018 – Fishbowl® released an updated mobile version of Boxstorm®, the first free online inventory management solution that integrates with QuickBooks Online, for iOS and Android devices.
“The update adds sales and customer management modules and other features to help our customers close sales directly from their mobile devices,” said Brandon Phillips, Boxstorm marketing director. “The app allows small to medium size business owners to automate their inventory management and eliminate manual processes from anywhere and with any device.”
The iOS version is available now at the Apple App Store. The Android version will be available in a few weeks on Android Apps and Android Market.
The update includes:
Boxstorm – a Fishbowl solution – includes four online inventory management versions to best suit the growing needs of business owners. Some of the mobile updates expand functionality specifically for Boxstorm Basic™ users by helping them better manage sales automation, but the Boxstorm mobile app provides device independence for each of the versions, including Boxstorm Forever Free™.
Beginning with Boxstorm Forever Free, each version is progressively more advanced to provide a gradual upgrade path to further automate business processes for greater efficiency, all at a pace and cost ideally suited for their individual growth and financial situations:
About Fishbowl and Boxstorm
Boxstorm Forever Free – a Fishbowl solution – is the first free online inventory management solution that integrates with QuickBooks Online for small to medium businesses. Boxstorm Forever Free eliminates manual processes and the need for spreadsheets to manage inventory. Boxstorm also comes in more advanced versions, as needed, to automate additional business processes. For more information, visit www.boxstorm.com. Fishbowl is the No. 1 requested desktop manufacturing and warehouse management solution for QuickBooks, and it is also a popular standalone solution for organizations or enterprises looking to track assets. For more information, visit www.fishbowlinventory.com.
The Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions Foundation clinic provides pro-bono physical therapy rehab services for under-resourced residents
PROVO, Utah, Nov. 12, 2018 – The Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions (RMUoHP) Community Rehabilitation Clinic received a $125,000 donation from The Kahlert Foundation to help fund the operations of the pro-bono rehabilitation clinic, which provides free care to the underserved and underinsured citizens of Utah County.
“This donation helps eliminate limitations of our ability to help people,” said Dr. Coleby Clawson, PT, DPT, director of Community Rehabilitation Clinic and assistant faculty member of the RMUoHP Doctor of Physical Therapy program. “It allows us to bring in more therapists, more administrative help, and much needed equipment to help more people. It also allows us to extend our hours of operation to help people who are working to improve their lives and to reintegrate back into society.”
The donation was the second made to the clinic by The Kahlert Foundation in two years and was presented this week to Clawson and other clinic and RMUoHP staff and executives by Heather Kahlert, vice president of The Kahlert Foundation.
“Healthcare has always been an important part of the mission of our family’s foundation,” said Kahlert. “The RMUoHP Community Rehabilitation Clinic serves the disadvantaged community of Utah County. It helps people who have had surgeries and other medical procedures receive the physical therapy they need to complete their rehabilitation, so they feel better, and so they can return to their lives, families and jobs. We are pleased to support this clinic and feel it is a model for others to follow in helping people with rehabilitation needs.”
The Community Rehabilitation Clinic (CRC) is the first of its kind in Utah County. It serves the uninsured and underserved citizens who need physical therapy rehabilitation. Most patients return to levels of normalcy, secure or continue employment and carry on productive and healthy lives and daily activity.
The CRC has a highly trained and skilled staff of licensed, qualified physical therapists and physical therapy assistants as well as Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) students and faculty from RMUoHP, physical therapist volunteers from the community, and pre-physical therapy students from Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University.
The Kahlert Foundation provides grants to non-profit organizations to improve the quality of life and well-being of the community in the areas of health care, youth programs, education, veteran organizations, and human services.
“We are grateful for the support from The Kahlert Foundation and other donors who help fund and operate the CRC,” said Dr. Richard P. Nielsen, founding president of Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions who regularly works in the clinic seeing patients in his specialty area of clinical electrophysiology. “Together we can help many people each year receive the physical therapy services they need to heal, improve their health and live active lives.”
RMUoHP also operates the Center for Communication Disorders – a second pro-bono clinic for the disadvantaged residents of Utah County providing speech-language pathology assessment and intervention for community members of all ages.
About Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
Founded and located in Provo, Utah, in June 1998, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions (RMUoHP), is a regionally accredited institution under the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education. This accreditation is the highest achievable in the United States. RMUoHP is an exclusive graduate healthcare education institution with a reputation for high-quality, evidence-based, and outcomes-oriented healthcare education programs and has a diverse student body and faculty with alumni from Utah and all 50 states. www.rmuohp.edu