Minneapolis, MN, March 21, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Minneapolis-based auction software company, Wavebid, announced the release of their newest mobile application as part of a continued effort to apply software solutions to the auction industry. The new app is an iteration of the previous Wavebid mobile cataloging app which was designed to streamline the process of collecting and organizing text and image content for an online auction catalog.
Wavebid’s new mobile cataloging app includes features designed to further simplify the cataloging process and enhance the overall user experience. Wavebid users will now be able to limit or choke the upload of photos from their phone so as not to strain their data consumption. Additional fields were added for tracking lot-specific information, such as reserve price, that are not commonly part of a standard item description. Wavebid developers also redesigned the user interface from the ground up, making the application much more user friendly and easier to navigate.
Said Michael Long, CTO and lead developer at Wavebid, ”With this new application we’ve created the framework for a more streamlined operational experience. I am proud to continue the tradition of providing cutting-edge, industry-leading technology.”
Said Russ Hilk, CEO and founder of Wavebid, “In an increasingly competitive auction environment, our next-generation mobile app stands to differentiate the professional auctioneer from the wannabes. As more and more ‘online auctioneers’ pressure established auction businesses, we provide the tools to create a superior end result and the best online product imaginable.”
Wavebid was founded in 2011 as a software-as-a-service company, whose goal is the continued innovation and development of technology that streamlines the auction management process.