vCita, a business management solution for small service providers, has acquired email signature vendor WiseStamp. In addition to this acquisition, vCita recently secured $15 million in funding to go global with its customer management platform. Both vCita and WiseStamp hope to help struggling business owners by saving them time and money. By combining various enterprise technology functions, users won’t have to jump between different software and tools.
“We’re thrilled to have WiseStamp join our team. Both companies share the same vision: Empowering small business owners to deliver their services at a level comparable to that of a large company, at a fraction of the cost.” says Itzik Levy, CEO of vCita.
vCita offers a wide variety of enterprise technology features and tools: from products like scheduling software & calendars to billing & invoicing, they cover a lot of bases. They also offer a management-focused CRM, as well as a client portal that lets clients schedule, pay and take other online actions. Customers can buy these at different price points, depending on the features you need and the size of your team.
WiseStamp focuses on creating professional email signatures for both individuals and teams. Users have direct access online, able to login and use a signature or various signature templates. This smart way of interacting with customers and recipients is supported across all email providers: Gmail, Outlook, Apple Mail, and more. A professional signature has more effects than you might think: increasing social media engagement, expanding business reach, and generating more sales.
“An increasing number of people are choosing self-employment and starting their own businesses, which is precisely why this is an opportune time for vCita and WiseStamp to join forces.” says Orly Izhaki, CEO & co-founder of WiseStamp. “Over the years, WiseStamp created advanced solutions that enable hundreds of thousands of small enterprises to grow their business online. We are excited about the merger, which will establish us as one of the most dominant players in the SMB market.”
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