G2 Crowd, the world’s leading business software review platform, just released their Spring 2018 CPQ Grid Report highlighting the highest rated CPQ software. We're proud to announce that we were named a High Performer once again and included in the top 4 for both Enterprise and Mid-Market customers.
As an ISV partner who provides 3D visualization and a powerful configurator, we were proud to sponsor last week’s Salesforce World Tour in Boston. Overall, the event was a great way to hear directly from manufacturers, industry experts and other partners helping this industry grow. After a week of reflecting on our experience, we wanted to share our key learnings and how they can help manufacturing (a main focus at the show).
Are you attending the Salesforce World Tour Boston stop this Thursday, April 5th? We’ll be joining 5,000 other Salesforce partners, customers, trailblazers and others who want to learn about the powerful Salesforce platform. We’re a Gold Sponsor at this year’s event so look for our booth in the Customer Success Expo where you can meet with our team and test drive our innovative products.
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A picture is worth a thousand words. An interactive 3D product configuration communicates information to the human brain at a rate of 60 pictures per second. Let's put it this way, in the 10 seconds it took you to read the previous sentence your brain would have processed the equivalent of 600,000 words of information in an interactive 3D experience.
KBMax Snap is our proprietary rules engine that is unlike anything else offered in the CPQ space. It’s unique because it can handle your most complex product and business rules in an easy-to-use interface.
We were able to attend SolidWorks World earlier this month. There were so many product announcements, customer use cases and new technology demonstrations that we wanted to highlight our favorite takeaways. Here are our team's top 3 from the event...
The main sentiment heard in our conversations with other show attendees and in presentations from the leaders in the space is that the only reason they are still around is because of their customer. There is a need to focus on delivering them the value and experiences that they desire. This notion of B2B2C is becoming mainstream because no matter who you’re selling to, there’s always a customer at the end of the process.
Last week we joined 9,000 Salesforce customers, partners and prospects at the NYC stop of the World Tour. It was our first World Tour event so we wanted to capture our 3 key takeaways as a newcomer and as a Salesforce ISV partner.