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Canon EOS 6D found to be camera most successfully used in astrophotography competition


The Canon EOS 6D is by far the most commonly used camera in the past two years of the competition.

It’s great for everyday people wanting to get into astrophotography as it shows that you don’t need to spend thousands on a top of the range camera to produce stunning images of the night sky.

The Canon EOS 6D is the most commonly used camera in 252 images which have made the shortlist for the RMG Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition in 2019 and 2020, according to analysis done by website Skies & Scopes.

The camera was originally released in 2012 and can be picked up used for around $500. In this analysis it beat many more expensive and newer models that cost upwards of $2000-3000.

Key findings:

  • 11% of 252 shortlisted images in 2019 and 2020 were taken with a Canon EOS 6D.
  • However, Nikon cameras were overall more frequently used in 2020, with 23% of photos taken with various Nikon models.
  • The Takahashi FSQ-106ED was the most successfully used telescope for astrophotography, followed closely by the Celestron C14.
  • The Sky-Watcher EQ6 was the most commonly used tracking mount for astrophotography in the competition.

Anthony Robinson, Editor-in-Chief, Skies & Scopes said:

“The Canon EOS 6D has been a favorite with astrophotographers for years and it’s pleasantly surprising that it is delivering so successfully in 2020.

”It’s great for everyday people wanting to get into astrophotography as it shows that you don’t need to spend thousands on a top of the range camera to produce stunning images of the night sky.”

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Methodology:

Manual analysis of information made available by Royal Museums Greenwich was done by Skies & Scopes on 133 images in 2020, and 119 images in 2019. For the full data and details, please see here: https://skiesandscopes.com/astronomy-photographer-of-the-year-2020/

About Skies & Scopes: Skies & Scopes is an astronomy and astrophotography website.

Contact: For questions about the analysis, or a comment on the findings, please contact Anthony Robinson, Editor-in-Chief, Skies & Scopes:

Email: anthony@skiesandscopes.com

Tel: +44(0)7456686160

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Introspect Technology Is the 34th Fastest Growing Company in Québec According to L’Actualité


Introspect Among Growth Leaders in Quebec

Introspect Among Growth Leaders in Quebec

The list of Growth Leaders underlines the success of Québec entrepreneurs who generate innovations and jobs, and whose business growth is a source of wealth for Québec.

Introspect Technology is proud to announce that it is ranked 34th on L‘Actualité’s 2020 Growth Leaders list. This list was established based on submissions by Québec companies entered in the Canada’s Top Growing Companies competition, a partnership of The Globe and Mail and L’Actualité. The ranking is based on their revenue growth from 2016 to 2019. Introspect Technology’s growth is 202%.

Creating a new category in electronic design and validation tools, Introspect Technology’s products combine high performance with ultra-compactness and attractive price economy. Introspect Technology’s pioneering technology replaces large rooms’ worth of equipment with devices that can literally fit into a single briefcase and without compromising on performance. “A few years ago, we set out to do for electronic testing what the smartphone did for the computer,” says Dr. Mohamed Hafed, Introspect Technology CEO. “In looking at a smartphone, we saw a compute device providing compute access to more people in more circumstances. Similarly, we created a new category of test equipment that provided world-class equipment availability and ease of use to a wide range of engineers operating across a wide range of engineering disciplines. We did not fit in any conventional category; we created our own one, which filled a major gap at large companies,” he adds. With its award-winning products and associated powerful software suite, Introspect Technology filled this new niche – and across such a wide spectrum in the electronic production process – with awe-inspiring ease.

The list of Growth Leaders underlines the success of Québec entrepreneurs who generate innovations and jobs, and whose business growth is a source of wealth for Québec. Companies submitted their application for the competition on a voluntary basis. Sixty-one companies are featured in the 2020 ranking. The full list of winners and the accompanying report can be viewed now online at lactualite.com/dossier/leaders-de-la-croissance-2020/ and will be published in the November issue of L’Actualité , on newsstands October 9.

About Introspect Technology

Founded in 2012 through self-funding, Introspect Technology designs and manufactures innovative test and measurement equipment for high-speed digital applications. Whether it is the next smartphone or the level-4 autonomy engine in a mobility solution, our award-winning tools are used to develop, test, and manufacture next-generation products. In short, we help the leading global technology companies make tomorrow’s technology today’s possibility.

About L’Actualité

Since 1976, L’Actualité has been the leading French-language public affairs magazine in Canada. Winner of the Magazine Grand Prix award at the 2020 National Magazine Awards, L’Actualité reaches 1.1 million readers per month on its electronic and print platforms. It is a property of Mishmash Media Inc.

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The Vertical Flight Society Announces Design-Build-Vertical Flight Student Competition


The Design-Build-Vertical Flight Student Competition is the successor to the VFS Micro Air Vehicle (MAV) Student Challenge. Shown is the 2018 MAV team from Vaughn College of Aeronautics & Technology.

The Design-Build-Vertical Flight Student Competition is the successor to the VFS Micro Air Vehicle (MAV) Student Challenge. Shown is the 2018 MAV team from Vaughn College of Aeronautics & Technology.

The competition is designed to develop hands-on skills and familiarization with electric VTOL and urban air mobility (UAM) technology at the university student level and prepare the next generation of engineers and leaders to push the limits of this exciting technology into the future.

The Vertical Flight Society (VFS) today announces the details of the inaugural Design-Build-Vertical Flight (DBVF) Student Competition. This electric-powered remote-control vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) competition seeks to encourage interest in unmanned aircraft technology, and small air vehicle design and fabrication. The competition is designed to develop hands-on skills and familiarization with electric VTOL and urban air mobility (UAM) technology at the university student level and prepare the next generation of engineers and leaders to push the limits of this exciting technology into the future.

The inaugural DBVF competition is the successor to the annual VFS Micro Air Vehicle (MAV) Student Competition. The highly successful MAV competitions began in 2013 and expanded over eight years from a 1.1 lb (500 g) gross weight to 3 lb (1.4 kg), with increasingly challenging levels of mission complexity.

The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Army Research Laboratory (ARL) is the platinum sponsor and the host for the first DBVF competition. The flyoff competition will be held at ARL’s Robotics Research Collaboration Campus (R2C2) at Graces Quarters in Maryland on April 16–17, 2021.

The general aircraft requirements are restricted to the unmanned aircraft system (UAS) Group 1, which limits the maximum take-off weight (MTOW) to no more than 20 lb (9.1 kg). Aircraft size and weight will factor into the competition. To participate, five-page proposals must be submitted by student teams no later than Oct. 15, 2020. Full details, including the request for proposal (RFP), frequently asked questions (FAQ), links and more are available on the competition website: http://www.vtol.org/fly.

A total of $5,000 in cash awards will be given in two rounds: $1,000 for submission of the three best preliminary design reports in December, and $4,000 in awards for the top three teams during the flyoff competition in April. Additional sponsors are welcome.

The Vertical Flight Society encourages universities from around the world to form teams and take part in this exciting and challenging competition, which is conducted to promote student interest in VTOL engineering and technology, and to attract the best and brightest engineering students to the vertical flight industry.

VFS is the world’s premier VTOL technical society and conducts extensive educational activities. In addition to the world’s largest and longest running VTOL technology conference (this year’s 76th Annual Forum & Technology Display will be held virtually on Oct. 5-8, 2020), VFS leads science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) outreach activities, conducts the annual collegiate VFS Student Design Competition and provides extensive educational resources for students and professional development.

Since it was founded as the American Helicopter Society in 1943, VFS has been a major force in the advancement of vertical flight. The Society is the global resource for information on VTOL technology. For more than 75 years, VFS has provided global leadership for scientific, technical, educational and legislative initiatives that advance the state of the art of vertical flight.

The Vertical Flight Society

2700 Prosperity Ave., Suite 275, Fairfax, Virginia 22031 USA

1-703-684-6777 | http://www.vtol.org

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Mainstream Technologies Hires Dan Darnell


BRINGING A WIDE ARRAY OF EXPERIENCE TO SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

Mainstream Technologies is pleased to announce the hiring of Dan Darnell as Software Developer. His responsibilities will be dedicated to an Arkansas state agency using Java development, html and relational databases.

Dan brings 30+ years of experience as a software developer. In his early career, he worked as a developer for banking software companies. Later in his career, he served as Vice President of Information Technology for a subsidiary of GMAC, where he managed a staff of 25 programmers. He then moved on to work as an independent consultant, working with companies in many different industries and in a variety of technologies.

Dan is also an accomplished author, having published two programming books and dozens of articles in technical journals. His favorite leisure-time activity is to strap on a backpack and hit the trails for solo overnight stays at various Arkansas State Parks and in the Ozark National Forest.

According to Steve Althoff, Director of Software Development: “Dan’s decades of software development experience is an obvious perk for Mainstream. I am most excited about the years Dan spent as an independent consultant and the unique skillset he developed in that environment. I think those skills will match quite nicely with Mainstream’s mission of making the lives of our customers better through the technology we provide to them. Welcome aboard Dan!”

ABOUT MAINSTREAM

Since 1996, Mainstream (http://www.mainstream-tech.com) has evolved into one of the most established IT services companies in the Mid-South, serving clients from its Arkansas locations including headquarters in Little Rock, a second operations facility in Conway, as well as a sales office in Bentonville. Their staff of information technology professionals serves business and government customers across the nation with Managed IT Services, Custom Software Development Services, Cyber Security Services, and Hosting.

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New Balluff Sensor Detects Magnetic Field Interference, Stops False Triggering


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Balluff’s latest magnetic field sensor was designed specifically to withstand the magnetic fields of weld applications.

The BMF 415 weld-immune magnetic field sensor can detect interference of magnetic fields caused by high weld currents and stop the sensor from false triggering by using a higher level of circuitry and filtration. It’s IP67 rating and protective shielding to protect against weld spatter, additionally make it ideally suited for automotive welding conditions.

It is available in 2 versions: standard and IO-Link. The standard version comes preset with an interference suppression time of 600 ms, while the IO-Link version is configurable from 50 to an impressive 1,000 ms. Both versions are available in M8 and M12 connections and with both black and orange TPE and full silicone cables.

Key features:

  • Immune to magnetic interference fields from high welding currents (AC and MFDC equipment)
  • IO-Link versions: Interference suppression time configurable from 50 to 1000 ms
  • M8 or M12 connector, open cable end
  • Sensor condition monitoring via IO-Link
  • Weld spark-resistant TPU or silicone cable

Learn more at: http://www.balluff.com

About Balluff Inc.

Balluff Inc. is the U.S. subsidiary of Balluff GmbH, Neuhausen, Germany. Balluff is a leading supplier of networked IO-Link control system architectures that unlock the potential of the IIoT and Industry 4.0. Balluff offers a wide range of intelligent IO-Link and industrial Ethernet sensors in a variety of technologies including inductive, photoelectric, capacitive, and magnetic as well as magnetostrictive linear position sensors, magnetic tape linear encoders, industrial RFID systems, and industrial vision systems. Balluff provides cost-saving, process-enhancing solutions to machine builders and manufacturers to control, regulate, automate, assemble, position, and monitor manufacturing, assembly, and packaging sequences. Industries served include: automotive, packaging, food processing, beverages, tire, primary metals, conventional and alternative energy, semiconductor, plastics, and fluid power.

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Local Tech Company Growth Supports National Jobs and Sustainability


We evangelize every day for sustainable IT decisions, and provide our customers with rewards for making those smart decisions.

Things are busy at Sage Sustainable Electronics, headquartered just off of Roberts Road on Charter Street in Northwest Columbus. The company recently doubled their Charter Street operation by 38,000 square feet, bringing their total footprint in the area to 76,000 square feet. A simultaneous expansion occurred earlier this year in Sparks, Nevada, as Sage quadrupled its space to over 140,000 square feet in this Reno suburb.

“We’re achieving our mission more every day. That’s what this growth means,” says Jill Vaské, Sage’s Cofounder and President. “This expansion is a testament to our industry leading business model for IT Asset Disposition (ITAD), and is helping us achieve our mission to make the world more sustainable by extending the life of electronics.”

Sage works with companies around the country to ethically and safely repurpose their surplus electronics – mostly through commercial resale, but also through sales to their employees, facilitating internal redeployments and community donations. Equipment with no further utility is recycled to the strictest environmental standards right here in the United States.

Used technology, or e-waste, is the fastest growing waste stream on the planet, generating more than 50,000,000 metric tons of toxic pollutants and refuse per year. The biggest tragedy of this figure is that the majority of these devices are still usable, and less than 18% of them are disposed of through sustainable processes.

“At Sage, we evangelize every day for sustainable IT decisions, and provide our customers with financial, social and environmental rewards for making those smart decisions. We’re keeping devices in service longer, making affordable technology available to all people, and providing meaningful work to over 130 associates – all at the same time,” says Vaské. “In a city like Columbus, full of ambitious sustainability projects, we fit right in.“

What does the future hold for Sage? “We are becoming a major force for sustainability. We’re beating our growth projections for 2020 and plan to open another repurposing center in 2021,” says Vaské. “Our corporate clients love the security, sustainability, and financial rewards we deliver. We are transforming the trust and confidence in Certified Refurbished Electronics, which is especially important these days because new equipment is very constrained. We are deepening our commitment to communities in need by offering ultra-low-cost computers, loaded with genuine Microsoft Windows and Office, to low income communities struggling with affordability. We are a mission driven company, and these tough times inspire our drive to make a difference in the world.”

About Sage Sustainable Electronics

Sage’s mission is to make the world more sustainable by extending the life of electronics. Sage provides IT lifecycle services to businesses large and small, helping them reduce data-security risks and operational costs, and increase asset value. Through strategic asset-management programs for technology redeployment, donation, resale, lease return, employee purchase, and recycling, Sage creates organization-wide benefits to businesses nationwide. The Sage GoodTogether® Program supports corporate social responsibility (CSR) efforts by redirecting a portion of enterprise surplus technology to benefit a variety of social services and reduce digital exclusion among low income Americans. For more information, call 844-4SAGESE or visit sageSE.com, SageGoodTogether.com, and shop.sageSE.com.

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Rapid Revenue Growth Places Introspect Technology on The Globe and Mail’s Second Annual Ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies


Introspect Technology Among 2020 Canada's Top Growing Companies

Introspect Technology Among 2020 Canada’s Top Growing Companies

Introspect Technology’s mission was always to demonstrate the excellence of Canada’s business environment and technical prowess. The recognition by the Canada’s Top Growing Companies ranking strongly validates this original mission.

Introspect Technology, leading manufacturer of test and measurement tools for high-speed digital applications, announced today that it placed No. 202 on the 2020 Report on Business ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies. With a three-year revenue growth of 202%, Introspect Technology continues to demonstrate a leading role in the Canadian export and manufacturing sectors, having penetrated the electronic test equipment marketplace across all continents and spanning the full range of final applications enabled by its products, from consumer electronics to telecommunications networks, industrial automation equipment, and medical devices.

Creating a new category in electronic design and validation tools, Introspect Technology’s products combine high performance with ultra-compactness and attractive price economy. Introspect Technology’s pioneering technology replaces large rooms’ worth of equipment with devices that can literally fit into a single briefcase and without compromising on performance. “A few years ago, we set out to do for electronic testing what the smartphone did for the computer,” says Dr. Mohamed Hafed, Introspect Technology CEO. “In looking at a smartphone, we saw a compute device providing compute access to more people in more circumstances. Similarly, we created a new category of test equipment that provided world-class equipment availability and ease of use to a wide range of engineers operating across a wide range of engineering disciplines. We did not fit in any conventional category; we created our own one, which filled a major gap at large companies,” he adds. With its award-winning products and associated powerful software suite, Introspect Technology filled this new niche – and across such a wide spectrum in the electronic production process – with awe-inspiring ease.

Having been founded in 2012, Introspect Technology’s mission was always to demonstrate the excellence of Canada’s business environment and technical prowess. The recognition by the Canada’s Top Growing Companies ranking strongly validates this original mission. Being able to demonstrate – through such recognition – that Introspect Technology’s products enable engineers all over the world to achieve their best possible work is gratifying and is true testimony to the company’s motto of “making tomorrow’s technology today’s possibility”.

Launched in 2019, the Canada’s Top Growing Companies editorial ranking aims to celebrate entrepreneurial achievement in Canada by identifying and amplifying the success of growth-minded, independent businesses in Canada. It is a voluntary program; companies had to complete an in-depth application process in order to qualify. In total, 400 companies earned a spot on this year’s ranking.

The full list of 2020 winners, and accompanying editorial coverage, is published in the October issue of Report on Business magazine—out now—and online at tgam.ca/TopGrowing.

“The stories of Canada’s Top Growing Companies are worth telling at any time, but are especially relevant in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic,” says James Cowan, Editor of Report on Business magazine. “As businesses work to rebuild the economy, their resilience and innovation make for essential reading.”

“Any business leader seeking inspiration should look no further than the 400 businesses on this year’s Report on Business ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies,” says Phillip Crawley, Publisher and CEO of The Globe and Mail. “Their growth helps to make Canada a better place, and we are proud to bring their stories to our readers.”

About Introspect Technology

Founded in 2012 through self-funding, Introspect Technology designs and manufactures innovative test and measurement equipment for high-speed digital applications. Whether it is the next smartphone or the level-4 autonomy engine in a mobility solution, our award-winning tools are used to develop, test, and manufacture next-generation products. In short, we help the leading global technology companies make tomorrow’s technology today’s possibility.

About The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail is Canada’s foremost news media company, leading the national discussion and causing policy change through brave and independent journalism since 1844. With award-winning coverage of business, politics and national affairs, The Globe and Mail newspaper reaches 5.9 million readers every week in print or digital formats, and Report on Business magazine reaches 2.1 million readers in print and digital every issue. The Globe and Mail’s investment in innovative data science means that as the world continues to change, so does The Globe. The Globe and Mail is owned by Woodbridge, the investment arm of the Thomson family.

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ROYBI Robot Launches Exclusively At Best Buy Canada


Roybi Robot Smart Educational Toy

Roybi Robot Smart Educational Toy

We couldn’t be more excited to partner and collaborate with one of the most forward-thinking and trusted retailers across Canada to impact both children’s and parents’ language learning in a fun, inspiring, and meaningful way.

ROYBI INC, the creator of Roybi Robot, the first-ever AI-powered educational toy to teach languages and basic STEM skills, announced today its debut in Canada exclusively with Best Buy in all stores and online. Named by Time Magazine, the Best Invention of 2019, and by Fast Company, the world-changing idea of 2019, Roybi Robot is poised to bring a new learning way to all children in Canada. Now available on the shelves of 131 stores across the county, this partnership allows ROYBI to respond faster to the growing need for smart remote learning technology at home and on the go.

“The pandemic has created a rising need for enhanced early childhood learning experiences. We see innovative technology helping aid and advance the broader educational gap when families need it most. We couldn’t be more excited to partner and collaborate with one of the most forward-thinking and trusted retailers across Canada to impact both children’s and parents’ language learning in a fun, inspiring, and meaningful way. Best Buy Canada brings the reach and the higher-level strategic alignment around ROYBI’s mission to democratize education.” Said the CEO and Founder of the ROYBI, Elnaz Sarraf. With more children at home and away from their friends and teachers, there is a greater need for accelerating efforts in developing social skills and engaging learning tools at home.

With more than thousands of customers in over 30 countries, this exclusive launch is a vital step moving to a new era of smart learning to bring the best-in-class personalized technology through self-guided learning utilizing artificial intelligence. With over 500 lessons, including language learning, basic STEM, stories, games, and songs, Roybi Robot uses the power of AI to create a fun and interactive learning experience for children setting them apart for future success. Through pre-designed daily lessons, children learn daily from over 70 categories: math, science, tech, geography, astronomy, chemistry, and many more. With AI-generated reports, parents and educators can conveniently track the children’s learning progress and be involved in their educational journey.

Order TODAY!

https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/roybi-smart-educational-robot/14777947

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LEAF’s Michelle Speranza Named As a 2020 “Women Influencer” by The Cannata Report


LEAF Commercial Capital, Inc. (“LEAF”), a leading U.S. equipment leasing and finance company and subsidiary of People’s United Bank, N.A., today announced that Michelle Speranza, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, has been recognized as one of The Cannata Report’s “Women Influencers for 2020.”

The Cannata Report, a leading intelligence resource for reseller principals and senior executives within the business technology, managed services, and imaging industry, recently featured Ms. Speranza as part of their recognition of the importance of diversity. The article states, “As the imaging industry looks to its future, encouraging diversity and inclusion in the workplace can solidify survival, as it’s not only a feel-good initiative, but also a necessary business priority.”

“Michelle Speranza stands out in the office technology industry for her accomplishments and her broad expertise,” said CJ Cannata, President and CEO of The Cannata Report. “Her dedication and commitment to excellence include her understanding of – and unwavering passion for – diversity as a strategic business imperative, as exemplified only in part by her creation of the Philadelphia chapter of Women in Leadership. Michelle is an inspiration to female executives throughout the industry. It is an honor for The Cannata Report to feature Michelle as one of 2020’s Women Influencers.”

When asked about the recognition, Ms. Speranza said, “To be acknowledged as an ‘Influencer’ by the Cannata Report and the imaging industry is a distinct honor. Diversity and inclusion are essential to achieve innovation and desirable business outcomes. Without conscious, consistent effort to bring in new viewpoints, companies can get so focused on the way things are that they don’t see the way things could be.”

For more than 15 years, Ms. Speranza has led marketing for LEAF and is often recognized as a consistent innovator and ground-breaking executive, while simultaneously focusing on the success of the industries LEAF supports, and the advancement of diversity in the workplace.

To read more of The Cannata Report article, click here.

About LEAF Commercial Capital, Inc.

LEAF Commercial Capital, Inc. (“LEAF”) is headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, with offices in Moberly, MO, Orange, CA, Baltimore, MD, and Dallas, TX. From the office to the factory floor to the server room, wherever customers need equipment, software and services, we make it affordable. Trusted by nearly 250,000 companies of all sizes across the U.S., LEAF Commercial Capital, Inc., backed by the strength of People’s United Bank, offers customized financing that helps our customers solve real problems. When businesses need financing or need to offer financing, they achieve more with LEAF. Learn more at http://www.LEAFnow.com.

About People’s United Bank

People’s United Bank, N.A. is a subsidiary of People’s United Financial, Inc., a diversified, community-focused financial services company headquartered in the Northeast with over $61 billion in assets. Founded in 1842, People’s United Bank offers commercial and retail banking through a network of over 400 retail locations in Connecticut, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine, as well as wealth management and insurance solutions. The company also provides specialized commercial services to customers nationwide.

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Inxeption’s Online Shipping Rate Calculator Now Lets Customers Preview Their Custom, No-Surprise, Flat Shipping Rate


Inxeption Logo

Inxeption Logo

“As more and more companies pivot to direct, online selling, it’s driving significant transaction growth for us and insights that enable us to offer instant, attractive rates,” explains Jennifer Roberts, VP product marketing at Inxeption.

I-commerce pioneer Inxeption today announced an innovative online shipping calculator that lets business customers instantly get a flat-rate shipping estimate based on providing just a short list of logistics data. It streamlines logistics and eliminates a huge pain point for business customers.

“We have now processed hundreds of thousands of online transactions, which powers our new artificial intelligence algorithm to generate flat shipping rates for customers,” explains Jennifer Roberts, VP product marketing at Inxeption. “As more and more companies pivot to direct, online selling, it’s driving significant transaction growth for us and insights that enable us to offer instant, attractive rates.”

The online, AI-enhanced calculator is just the latest innovation in B2B I-commerce that Inxeption has pioneered. Inxeption’s mission is to help all companies Do Business Better with its integrated eCommerce and logistics platform. The flat-rate shipping model, itself, is designed to solve a persistent thorn in the side of companies who work with shipping carriers who reserve the right to tack on additional or “accessorial” charges to their initial shipping estimates. That means weeks or even months after a shipment, carriers may bill a company for additional charges that can wipe out profits on a given order.

In addition to the flat-rate shipping innovation for customers, “Business buyers increasingly want to shop for and buy all kinds of products large and small online, but often those products are more complicated to order and ship than consumer-oriented eCommerce platforms can handle,” Roberts explains. “The Inxeption platform is industrial strength. Our shopping carts can accept purchase orders and even execute service contracts.”

For example, Inxeption customer iKamper, which makes rooftop tents, had grown frustrated trying to price its popular camping products because shipping costs to different regions of the country were so unpredictable. “Freight quotes vary wildly based on the destination zip code, lift gate service, appointment, etc. It’s tough for a business to effectively budget, and this is where Inxeption’s flat-rate shipping proves to be so valuable,” explains Nathan Hendrix, Managing Director, iKamper.

The calculator is live now. Check it out here, or call 888.852.4783 to learn more about Inxeption flat-rate shipping.

Inxeption’s transaction database gets bigger every day; look for more and more easy online tools designed to help you Do Business Better.

About Inxeption:

Founded in 2017, Inxeption is the pioneer of I-commerce, or online selling for business. Its secure and scalable platform brings the ease of consumer eCommerce to B2B. From one digital dashboard, companies of any size in any industry can drive more sales, better manage their supply chain, and realize cost savings. Its service offerings include shipping insurance and other financial services, flat-rate logistics, web design, and strategic marketing. At Inxeption, our invitation to all companies is: Let’s Do Business Better.

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