Welcome to 2012!

BJ Bounds

It’s a brand new year—time for new beginnings and new hope.  I’m hopeful that 2012 will prove to be a much better year for our industry than 2011.

We have an impressive year planned at Calyx so this month marks the beginning of some exciting times for us.  If you were at our user conference last year, you have already been introduced to some of the new things coming out soon.

This year we are planning new releases of Point and PointCentral, mobile applications,  Calyx AUS, Calyx Pricer, and our newest LOS, Path.

We look forward to tackling 2012 head on and barreling through any new regulations and modifications they throw at us.  Join us and we’ll make it to 2013 together.

Happy New Year!

4 Responses to Welcome to 2012!

  1. John says:

    I think the renewal policy that calyx is doing without sending out proper notice via a invocie or pdf or reasonable email is bad for business. Please speak to Doug and let him know how bad this makes the company loook. I have been a calyx cuwtoemr since the begining of the product and am a small broker. The $300 reactivation fee is out of control. I didn’t even know when the account was going to deactivate. No invocie or pdf was sent.

    • CalyxCorner says:

      Hi John –
      We’re sorry you’ve had a bad experience recently. Calyx has always had a restart fee once an account has lapsed for a certain period of time. Early 2011 Calyx switched to a monthly recurring charge model so accounts never “expire” moving forward. In the event the monthly charge doesn’t go through for some reason, the MyCalyx system automatically generates a notice warning of suspension if payment isn’t received within a stated number of days with numbers to call for help. If an account isn’t yet on the monthly recurring system, those accounts receive phone call reminders from our sales staff prior to the expiration date. If you have questions about our system, please don’t hesitate to call us at 800-362-2599 and we’d be happy to walk you though

  2. Evan says:

    Where can I learn more about Path? Specifically the release roadmap and, if it exists, how to be part of the Beta program.

    • CalyxCorner says:

      Hi Evan. Thanks for your interest in Path. We’re excited about it! I’ve given your information to our Director of Product Development and he’ll contact you soon with details and a game-plan. BJ

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