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The driving principle behind any MoyaVox implementation is to provide the customer with the greatest benefits and create an ongoing partnership where they can take full advantage of every aspect of their solution. But how do we achieve this?

We believe in understanding your business. We will visit your site and build that knowledge and along with your employees we will identify where you could make gains.

  • We will quantify those gains and help you build a business case.
  • We will give a proposal built around your business, defining how we will help.
  • We will work with your staff to provide a detailed specification to give you a complete documented understanding of what you will get and what the results will be.
  • We will work with your current provider to provide the relevant interfaces to the MoyaVox Solution.
  • We will agree a signed-off plan, giving you a commitment to provide on the solution that we have designed.
  • We will support your User Acceptance training.
  • We will support your Go-Live.
  • We will support you into the future and provide up to date information on new developments or products that may be of interest to your business.

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Is Amazon getting too big?

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BooHoo isn’t crying about its expansion plans

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City Logistics

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The ultimate logistics challenge: Fresh Flowers

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Developer Reaches for the Sky

Software developer Nicholas Mattiello from Moyavox is currently chasing his dream to become a qualified pilot. We caught up with Nick to find out what has driven him to take on this challenge. What made you decide to take your private pilot’s license? It was my dream...

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Rising cost of supply chain disruption

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