Return on Investment (ROI) Calculator
You have a shipment prepping to leave the warehouse and go to the airport or dock. You want to put the paperwork in your customers' hands, and you want to do this now. You are tired of keying the same information on multiple documents, whether by typewriter or another inconvenient and bulky export software package. Global Wizard allows you to complete your documents by keying your information ONCE. You then e-mail documents generated from this data to concerned parties you identify. What does this do for you? It saves you money. How? Take a look.


  1. It takes an average of 3 hours to fill out an average of 10 export documents to complete a shipment (transaction). Using Global Wizard, a transaction can be completed in an average of 20 minutes. Assuming an average labor rate of $27.00/hr*, Global Wizard saves $72.00 in labor cost per transaction. This savings is even greater if your company opts to include an integration with its back-end system.

  2. The average document delivery (e.g. FedEx) savings is $12.00 per transaction.

  3. Therefore, the average transaction savings is $72.00 labor plus $12.00 FedEx = $84.00 per transaction

*All $ figures represent United States Dollars (USD). Estimated labor costs are based on Exits, Inc. industry research.

ROI Estimates

Trans/Month Savings (Trans x $84) Annual Savings

For a company averaging 100 shipments per month, Global Wizard can save over $50,000 in a year.

The Global Wizard tiered-transaction pricing model ensures that only a fraction of this annual savings goes to pay for Global Wizard usage.

To learn more about Global Wizard pricing, please Contact Us.

Driven by ROI

With bulky catch-all software packages, you generally pay all at once, up front, with little or no trial period during which you can gauge value. Your ROI is anything but guaranteed.

Not so with Global Wizard. Our tiered-transaction pricing model means you pay for how much you use Global Wizard. And because it is a service, you don't pay for additional hardware or incur IT maintenance overhead.

Your IT spending should save your business money, not burden you with costs, licenses, and maintenence.

You decide what you need. Pay for what you use. Use what you pay for.