Case Study: UBERbase And Oakwood Design+Build Lock Down Their Telephony With TalkSwitch
Efficiency is the name of the game for UBERbase. When it comes to insolvency software, their team of industry professionals have developed a solution that not only reduces administrative costs, but also allows their customers to manage the process much more effectively.
Its flagship product — UBERbase Insolvency Process System, or IPS — is an unparalleled estate management software that has revolutionized the way estate management and insolvency is handled. Created by trustees for trustees, the Ottawa-based software firm didn't produce the industry's number one insolvency software by sheer luck.
With the help of some of the leading insolvency experts, UBERbase's experienced developers were able to produce and integrate a full-featured application encompassing Microsoft Outlook, a web browser, CRM, group calendars and much more. It's the only program an estate manager needs on their desktop throughout the day.
Since founding UBERbase, John Liptak and Jeff Wilkinson have seen their vision of a comprehensive and simple insolvency software solution grow from an idea into a reality. The company now boasts ten staff members, eight of which are working remotely in Ottawa, Halifax, Montreal, Calgary and Toronto, plus a programming team. The success of the IPS software was never a concern for Liptak and Wilkinson; keeping all of their staff connected with a cost-effective telephony solution was.