Omnna launched its software into the Automotive Aftermarket, today referred to as Omnna AutoSaaS
Omnna launched in the Lumber and Building Materials Market and created a warehouse product
Omnna developed a HIPPA product for Clinics and Dealership product for sales and service organizations
Omnna licensed a software product for the Firearms industry called Trident1 and expanded the Point-of-Sale
The go-to-market strategy is for Omnna to expand into markets that have a need (pain point) for a comprehensive, cloud business solution. The Omnna team may enter markets directly, or with a market-specific reseller.
The platform supports almost any relevant (with respect to the market) feature request a customer could make, which is the opposite of legacy platforms that have many inherent and insurmountable limitations. For example, Netsuite’s (acquired by Oracle for 9.3B) platform can’t support HIPPA compliance, but Omnna’s can/does.
Omnna’s software can be deployed rapidly and simultaneously across any number of locations, supporting large scale implementations, which can greatly support mergers and acquisitions.
Allowing users to load all product lines they could sell, and save all sales and customer history for life (big deal for big data and business intelligence).
Omnna communicates real-time with Google, Amazon, QuickBooks and other cloud companies, and can communicate via Electronic Data Interchange to the extent Legacy systems are able, enabling many benefits legacy systems can’t offer.
More than 9,000 custom settings currently– which can be configured in any combination – enable end-users to quickly and easily configure Omnna to match their business operations.
larger conglomerates with multi-level supply chain operations sold through dealers or resellers can share data analytics, costs, prices and availabilities real-time throughout the organization while offering real-time business intelligence dashboards to the senior executives.