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KBMax Releases its Salesforce CPQ Integration Modules

Posted by Thomas Plocher on 12/5/16 12:22 PM
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KBMax 3D and Snap are the 2 sexiest things I’ve seen at Dreamforce in years.
 
 
When we showed the Salesforce integration during this year's Dreamforce event we received rave feedback from customers and from the folks at Salesforce, especially from the former Steelbrick team. With our MAX modules, we are now offering a modular approach allowing customers to add functionality to their new or existing Salesforce CRM and Salesforce CPQ (Steelbrick) environments while offering our full admin functionality for setting up and configuring the products in 3D, for instance.
 
This integration is a testament how powerful KBMax' technology is. It is a standardized solution and integrates with virtually anything out-of-the-box or with little "tweaking" as Kevin Bennett our CTO would say, and in addition it is very efficient and fast in terms of performance and implementation.
 
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MAX 3D User Interface: Users visually configure products in 3D and share interactive links and images with their customers for increased conversion rates. Having 3D today is a tremendous competitive advantage to help products stand out and to sell more faster.
MAX Configure Engine: With focus on the C in CPQ, the KBMax Snap rules engine handles complex configuration logic for highly complex products. The visual drag & drop blocks make it easy to use and fast to implement for all skill levels. Snap is not limited like many other text-based rule languages. It is Turing-complete, meaning it can build any advanced algorithm. The future of enterprise programming is here!
MAX CAD Automation: Configured products can require engineering drawings before sales can quote or manufacturing can build. These manual processes can take weeks. Reduce these bottlenecks with automated Solidworks, Autodesk Inventor, PTC Creo 3D models and drawings. Use bottoms up, top-down, and nesting methodologies to generate fast CAD models & drawings.

Topics: CPQ