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
OREM, Utah, Oct. 17, 2018 – Fishbowl® announced new Shopify shopping cart and Shippo shipping integration in its Boxstorm® Ultimate™ online inventory management solution available to customers this Friday at no additional price.
Boxstorm Ultimate is an online inventory management solution that integrates with QuickBooks Online and provides growing companies with advanced automation to help run their businesses.
“These integrations enhance the ability of Boxstorm Ultimate to provide additional functionality for our customers’ inventory management processes,” said Brandon Phillips, Boxstorm marketing director. “It’s all about saving time and costs by automating and eliminating many of the time-consuming manual activities businesses use currently.”
With Shopify integrated within Boxstorm Ultimate, businesses can receive orders on their website that are then automatically entered into Boxstorm and inventory updated. This helps eliminate human error related to manual and repeated order entry and inventory tracking.
Shippo provides online shipping integration within Boxstorm Ultimate to prepare shipping labels for a number of different carriers and automatically includes shipping cost and tracking numbers within Boxstorm.
Since Boxstorm Ultimate is already integrated with QuickBooks Online, the Shopify and Shippo integration helps ease billing and accounting processes.
The Shopify and Shippo integration within Boxstorm Ultimate increases automation functionality as businesses grow and streamline their operations. Boxstorm Ultimate also includes a previous integration of Stripe – to provide payment processing automation. All integrations become automatically available online to Boxstorm Ultimate customers and users:
Boxstorm – a Fishbowl solution – includes four online inventory management versions to best suit the growing needs of business owners. 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:
Boxstorm Forever Free and Boxstorm Ultimate along with Boxstorm’s other versions are available immediately, at www.boxstorm.com.
About Fishbowl and Boxstorm
Boxstorm Forever Free – a Fishbowl Solution – offers the first free online inventory management solution that integrates with QuickBooks Online for small to medium businesses. Boxstorm Forever Free helps eliminate manual processes and spreadsheets for inventory management. Boxstorm also comes in other more advanced versions as needed to continue automating processes for a business. www.boxstorm.com. Based in Orem, Utah, 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. www.fishbowlinventory.com
PROVO, Utah, Oct. 9, 2018 – Following an extensive and productive process working with the Provo Mayor’s office, Provo Municipal Council and other involved parties to approve and obtain the location for the proposed Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine (NCOM), Provo Mayor Michelle Kaufusi signed a title transfer to the developer for Wasatch Educational to acquire the property.
The proposed medical school site location is on approximately 21 acres of the northwestern portion of the East Bay Golf Course, which was approved as surplus property by the Provo Municipal Council in January. An additional 7.8-acre contiguous parcel was purchased by the developer from a private source to expand the site location.
Under the agreement, the developers of the proposed medical education campus, which will include the proposed NCOM campus as well as the relocated Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions campus, will fund relocation costs of three current golf holes to the southeastern portion of the course. These new holes will be designed, relocated and playable before construction on the proposed medical education campus begins possibly by the end of 2018.
“This is an exciting time for Provo,” said Dr. John J. Dougherty, founding Dean and Chief Academic Officer of NCOM. “We are grateful for the work of Mayor Kaufusi, the Provo Municipal Council and City Administration to make this all come together for the benefit of the people of Provo and Utah. This planned medical education campus will give the students the opportunity to pursue whatever specialty they choose in medicine helping to address the growing medical shortages throughout the state.”
“Provo is a college town through and through,” said Kaufusi. “Education is at the heart of what we're all about here. So, I'm very excited about the addition of a proposed medical school here in Provo.”
One of the critical goals of the proposed medical school is to recruit, train, and retain students in Utah. “Our plan is to have no less than 50 percent of our enrolled students from or with ties to Utah,” said Dougherty.
Along with other medical schools in Utah, the proposed NCOM would supply doctors to help offset a growing physician shortage. Research from the Utah Medical Association Council estimates that Utah will need approximately 375 new physicians each year to meet increasing access to healthcare needs. In 2015, the American Medical Association ranked Utah 49th in primary care physicians to population ratio and 43rd in overall physicians to population ratios.
Named after the Ray and Tye Noorda Foundation, who funded a significant portion of the money for the project, the proposed Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine is positioned to be a premier, world-class medical education and research institution. The proposed curriculum will be a new hybrid based on some of the most innovative and progressive medical education programs in North America designed to prepare physicians to provide high-quality healthcare with a focus on wellness.
The Noorda financial commitment, along with a significant funding commitment from the developer, provides the majority of the funds needed for construction and operation of the proposed Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine.
“The proposed NCOM will not cost the taxpayers a penny and may make a large economic impact to the county each year,” said Dougherty.
According to a recent independent economic impact study by Bonneville Research, the proposed Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine could potentially provide more than $62 million in the construction business, 236 construction-related jobs and bring more than 121 institution-related employment positions to the county. It may attract other health, medical, biomedical, biotechnology, retail, and related spin-off businesses.
In a later phase, a new Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions campus will be built adjacent to the proposed medical institution. At full operation, the local economic impact of the combined schools could be approximately $100 million annually and could include 1,500 jobs with more than $83 million in the construction business. All of this may increase the property tax base including an estimated $8 million directed to the Provo School District in the first 15 years.
The development plans include significant green space in and around the proposed medical education campus, creating a park-like atmosphere to protect and preserve the environment, nature, wildlife, and birdlife.
“Preserving the natural beauty and environment of the existing East Bay Golf Course and that wildlife and birdlife is undisturbed is one of our highest priorities,” said Dougherty. “We intend to have lots of green space, walking trails, biking trails, and preserving the existing golf course waterways as we design the proposed medical education campus.”
About the proposed Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine
The proposed Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine would be an independent and freestanding institution overseen by a governing board located in Provo, Utah.
Founded and located in Provo, Utah in June 1998, Wasatch Educational will manage the development of the proposed Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine. www.wasatcheducational.com. Wasatch Educational is the holding company of Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. The mission of Wasatch Educational is to promote and develop healthcare education institutions.
OREM, Utah, Sep. 19, 2018 – Apiary Fund released the results of a six-month study to determine the habits used by their best traders. The study, which included more than 1,000 Apiary funded members, identified four key attributes traders use to help increase success.
“The study showed some logical, yet telling results people can consider in their trading practices,” said Nate Allred, principal trader at Apiary Fund. “We found effective traders continue their education, trade daily, utilize support groups, and don’t hold onto losing trades.”
Apiary Fund will release future articles detailing fundamentals of each of the four habits.
The Apiary Fund is a proprietary trading fund. Members receive access to trading training and coaching. They learn by trading unfunded practice accounts. When they reach a certain level of trading skill, they receive an account and trade using Apiary's money. As they succeed, the fund shares a significant part of the profits with them.
Located in Orem, Utah, Apiary Fund is a private company that develops traders and provides people the opportunity to seek flexible income trading with Apiary’s money. Through technology and education, Apiary Fund empowers traders with tools to work toward their path to success. www.apiaryfund.com
Dozens of new reports available for users
During a significant feature update of its Fishbowl Manufacturing® and Fishbowl Warehouse® inventory management software, Fishbowl® added business intelligence technology designed to enhance reporting queries for its customers. The enhancements are now available for all current and new customers.
“This functionality is all about acquiring digestible data from the Fishbowl platform,” said Kendrick Hair, Fishbowl vice president of development. “Utilizing business intelligence strategies and technology, Fishbowl customers now have better access to historical, current and predictive insights to make bigger and better decisions for their businesses.”
The new reporting features are native within Fishbowl, and allow users to create customized forms, labels or data reports, and offer more flexibility and intelligence than ever before. Fishbowl users can develop dozens of different business intelligence reports depending on their specific business reporting needs.
Fishbowl is the No. 1 requested manufacturing and warehouse management software for QuickBooks. It also integrates with UPS, Shopify mesh, Salesforce, and other major software and hardware solutions saving businesses time and money with substantially increased efficiency. Fishbowl Manufacturing and Fishbowl Warehouse specifically help thousands of businesses optimize manufacturing processes, warehouse layout, order fulfillment, and inventory process and practices.
There are no additional costs for the new business intelligence capabilities available in Fishbowl’s Manufacturing and Warehouse products. Users obtain the new features with their next Fishbowl update.
About Fishbowl and Boxstorm
Based in Orem, Utah, 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. www.fishbowlinventory.com
Boxstorm® Forever Free™ – a Fishbowl Solution – offers the first free online inventory management solution that integrates with QuickBooks Online for small to medium businesses. Boxstorm Forever Free helps eliminate manual processes and spreadsheets for inventory management. Boxstorm also comes in other more advanced versions as needed to continue automating processes for a business. www.boxstorm.com.
Traders to attempt more than $1 billion in trade volume
Apiary Fund will host its bi-annual Trader Summit in Salt Lake City bringing one of the nation’s largest gatherings of traders for four days of live currency trading and training with professional instructors and risk managers. More than 150 attendees make this the largest Trader Summit ever and attempt to achieve collectively over $1 billion in trading volume during the event.
“The Trader Summit has become one of the premier events in the U.S. for traders to learn new strategies and techniques,” said Nate Allred, principal trader at Apiary Fund. “This year we are optimistic we can hit a major milestone of $1 billion in trading volume as traders learn from each other as well as from professional traders. Our goal is to send everyone home with a bit of profit along with new skills to help them continue trading successfully.”
In 2017, 120 traders from around the world processed more than $848 million in currency trades.
The Trader Summit:
Dates: August 13 -16, 2018
Time: 6:00 am to 3:00 pm each day
Location: Salt Lake Community College (Miller Conferencing Center)
9750 S 300 W, Sandy, Utah
During the Trader Summit, each trader uses the Apiary Fund trading platform and manages an active funded trading account.
“We have a lot of fun,” said Allred. “But we work hard. We’re up early every morning trading. We then conduct several sessions of instruction, strategy and sharing of ideas. Everyone leaves the summit with large numbers of trades and new ideas for their own trading.”
Apiary Fund develops traders by offering the training, tools, and financial resources to actively manage an investment portfolio. The focus is on helping people develop trading skills in less time and at lower costs through proven trading solutions composed of education, technology and funding.
About Apiary Fund
Located in Orem, Utah, Apiary Fund is a private company that develops traders and gives people the opportunity to seek the freedom of flexible income by trading with its money. Through technology and education, Apiary empowers traders to work toward their path to success. www.apiaryfund.com
Full-service PR firm for purpose-driven organizations
SILICON SLOPES, Utah, Jul. 10, 2018 – A. Cory Maloy announced the opening of Maloy PR, LLC, a full-service Utah public relations firm located in the heart of Silicon Slopes offering high-value public relations programs for purpose-driven organizations.
“After more than 20 years providing successful public relations services for some of the best PR firms and corporations in the country, I’m proud to open Maloy PR to serve purpose-driven organizations,” said Maloy. “Some of the most successful PR programs are for organizations driven by a purpose to help the world become a better place – a clear mission. Maloy PR's mission is to assist organizations in achieving their mission through public relations."
Maloy PR looks at mission as much more than a statement but as a determined understanding of how an organization wants to help people live better lives – a belief permeating their culture and driving every decision they make.
"There is much satisfaction in helping organizations help other people,” said Maloy. “We’re not talking just nonprofit organizations either; there are plenty of profit-driven causes doing much for the world.”
Maloy PR is in Lehi City the fast-growing economic engine in Utah. “We get to live and work in the heart of one of the fastest growing business locations in the country – Silicon Slopes,” he said. “There isn’t an organization anywhere that isn’t looking at Lehi individually and Utah overall to locate primary operations or businesses. Utah is where business is happening, and we’re excited to be a part of it.”
Maloy PR offers high-value public relations programs at reasonable prices. “We have no expensive operating costs or overhead, which allows us to provide greater service at better rates,” said Maloy.
Maloy PR’s founding clients include Fishbowl Inventory, Apiary Fund, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions and Wasatch Educational.
Maloy is a strategic PR pro experienced in defining public relations vision for organizations of all sizes. He has executed programs for companies such as Fishbowl, Apiary Fund, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, Waterford Institute, InsideSales.com, CenturyLink, Nelson Laboratories, Plantronics, Maxtor, Iomega, and others. He is a graduate of Brigham Young University and serves as a Representative in the Utah House of Representatives.
www.MaloyPR.com, www.facebook.com/MaloyPR, www.twitter.com/Maloy_PR, www.linkedin.com/company/maloypr/
Integrates with QuickBooks Online and eliminates manual inventory management
Fishbowl® today released Boxstorm® Forever Free™ the first free online, unrestricted inventory management solution that integrates with QuickBooks Online (QBO) to help small to medium size businesses automate their inventory management and eliminate manual processes.
The most significant problem small businesses face in managing their inventory is the time, cost and headache of continually updating spreadsheets or other manual processes. Boxstorm Forever Free provides everything (with no restrictions or limitations) businesses need to automate their inventory management.
Boxstorm Forever Free is entirely unrestricted with no ads, no caps on items in inventory, no caps on the number of users, no caps on locations and no sales people calling to upgrade you. There is also no financial risk – no credit cards required, no gimmicks to upgrade, no time limits, just a full functioning inventory management solution they can integrate with their QBO.
“Many businesses may never need more than Boxstorm Forever Free – and we’re ok with that,” said John David King, Fishbowl CEO. “Boxstorm Forever Free is a product of Fishbowl, the No. 1 inventory management solution for Quickbooks. We understand the challenges small business owners go through. Boxstorm Forever Free makes it easy for them to overcome those challenges.”
Boxstorm Forever Free can be used as a standalone solution for any organization that wants to affordably track assets, but for business owners using or implementing QBO, it easily integrates for an easy and strong inventory management solution accessible on any computing platform including mobile devices.
It is suitable for smaller businesses who want to more efficiently track their inventory. It also permits scanning with industry standard scanners, and with available iOS and Android apps (which are also free), permits scanning with smartphones.
Boxstorm Forever Free is easy to use and easy to learn and includes informative training videos, and interactive guides.
In addition to Boxstorm Forever Free, Boxstorm – a Fishbowl solution – has three progressively more advanced versions to provide a gradual upgrade path allowing business owners to further automate their business processes for greater efficiency, at a pace and cost ideally suited for their individual growth and financial situation:
Boxstorm Forever Free, along with Boxstorm’s more advanced versions are available immediately, at www.boxstorm.com.
About Fishbowl and Boxstorm
Boxstorm Forever Free – a Fishbowl Solution – offers the first free online, unrestricted inventory management solution that integrates with QuickBooks Online for small to medium businesses. Boxstorm Forever Free helps eliminate manual processes and spreadsheets for inventory management. Boxstorm also comes in other more advanced versions as needed to continue automating processes for a business. www.boxstorm.com. Based in Orem, Utah, 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. www.fishbowlinventory.com
Speech-language pathology clinic open to the public
Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions (RMUoHP) will hold a ribbon cutting and open house for its new Center for Communications Disorders – a free clinic providing speech-language pathology assessment and intervention for community members of all ages.
“Many people in our community have no idea they can receive help for communication disorders,” said Chase. “The RMUoHP Center for Communication Disorders provides a valuable service to all people with a variety of different speech disorders that in most cases can be easily identified and treated with professional expertise.”
The clinic is staffed by faculty and students in the Master of Speech-Language Pathology (MS SLP) program at RMUoHP. Services are available to anyone from the community who may be uninsured, or who do not have adequate insurance or where programs are not available.
It is open each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. Select appointments are available on Mondays and Wednesdays.
“We are so excited to offer the Center for Communications Disorders to our local community,” said Dr. Richard Nielsen, founding president of Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. “The clinic helps fulfill our vision to advance the quality, delivery and efficacy of healthcare.”
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 (currently 21 doctoral programs or doctoral tracks and four master’s degree programs in different healthcare specialties) and has a diverse student body and faculty with alumni from Utah and all 50 states. www.rmuohp.edu