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VisualCalc Announces New Website Calculators Offering Universal Platform Support

New VisualCalc Calculators, designed to be embedded on customer websites, combine dynamic, interactive user interfaces with support for both desktop and mobile computing platforms.

Sep 24 2013, 8:17am CDT | by PR.com

El Dorado Hills, CA, September 24, 2013 --(PR.com)-- VisualCalc, the leading provider of web-based calculator and decision support software, today announced the availability of a new family website calculators that are supported on both desktop and mobile platforms. These new calculators are based on HTML, and do not require Java or any other client plug-in such as Flash. Unlike competing solutions in the marketplace, these new VisualCalc Website Calculators provide the best of both worlds: rich, interactive graphical user interfaces that, until now, have required graphic plug-in technologies, combined with the ability to run on all platforms: desktops, notebooks, and mobile devices such as tablets and smart phones.

Organizations can embed these website calculators on their websites and other electronic media to help their customers and prospects effectively evaluate their products and services, leading them to the best possible purchasing decision. VisualCalc Calculators help these organizations generate leads, close prospects, improve customer satisfaction, and optimize their product sales mix.

This new family of website calculators includes over 40 calculators spread across six suites:

The Home Mortgage Suite, which includes calculators such as the Home Loan Calculator and the Refinance Calculator;
The Retirement Suite, which includes calculators such as the Retirement Planning Calculator and the IRA Comparison Calculator;
The Income and Insurance Suite, which includes calculators such as the Cash Flow Calculator and the Life Insurance Calculator;
The Auto Loan and Debt Suite, which includes calculators such as the Auto Loan Calculator and the Debt Consolidation Calculator;
The Savings Suite, which includes calculators such as the College Planning Calculator and the HSA Contributions Calculator;
The Special Calculators Suite, which includes calculators such as the Auto Loan with Insurance Calculator and the Breakeven Analysis Calculator.

In addition to universal platform support, all of these new VisualCalc Calculators feature all of the dynamic, interactive user interface elements the industry has come to expect from VisualCalc. These include user-friendly graphical input mechanisms, real-time “what if” analysis capabilities, and dynamically generated output formats. All of these new HTML calculators will also continue to offer multi-solve functionality, meaning fewer calculators are required to address an organization’s requirements. In addition, these calculators can be fully customized for an organization’s functional requirements and branding standards. Finally, VisualCalc Calculators can also be integrated with 3rd party systems and databases, providing users with a personalized, comprehensive basis for their analysis.

These new VisualCalc Calculators address the explosive growth in mobile Internet use for shopping, product research, and, in particular, personal financial management. Jupiter Research expects that 590 million mobile phone users globally will use their device for banking purposes in 2013. That number is forecasted to exceed 1 billion users by 2017. This growing demand for mobile financial services is particularly strong among younger consumers. In fact, 49% of mobile users in the 26-34 age group would switch banks for a better mobile experience. In response to these trends, banks are expected to spend $118 billion on mobile banking and technology in 2013.

“As more of the consumer shopping and banking experience shifts online, organizations are looking for ways to harness this trend in order to increase customer acquisition, improve customer satisfaction, and reduce transaction costs,” said Amit Mazumdar, founder and CEO of VisualCalc. “By offering best-in-class graphical interfaces combined with universal platform support, these new VisualCalc Calculators will help these organizations accomplish these objectives.”

The HTML VisualCalc Calculators are available and in use by customers today.

About VisualCalc

VisualCalc (www.visualcalc.com) provides interactive, graphical website calculators, decision support tools, and guided selling solutions. Organizations can embed these intuitive tools on their website and other electronic media to help their customers and prospects effectively evaluate their products and services, leading them to the best possible purchasing decision. These online tools help organizations generate leads, close prospects, improve customer satisfaction, and optimize their product sales mix. VisualCalc’s calculators and tools feature an interactive, intuitive user interface that enables dynamic “what if” analysis, yet still offer universal platform support across both desktop and mobile devices. These tools can be fully customized for an organization’s functional requirements and branding standards. These tools can also be integrated with 3rd party systems and databases, providing users with a personalized, comprehensive basis for their analysis. VisualCalc is a privately held company headquartered in El Dorado Hills, California.

Contact Information:
VisualCalc
Bob Bennett
916-939-2020
Contact via Email
www.visualcalc.com

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