CPQ has gone retail. It is not enough that Amazon is offering shoppers same day delivery for a hundreds of thousands of items. Shoppers today expect companies today to meet their every need and request in real-time. For most companies this poses a challenge.
Topics: "visual configuration"
Digital transformation efforts are on nearly every manufacturer's road map. But these initiatives go beyond the scope of technology upgrades or short-term projects — they are major cultural shifts. Here are the 10 best practices for managing digital transformation projects in manufacturing.
Welcome to the third and final article about our newly-released features. Our previous entries described our enhanced UI that your users will love and improvements to our rules engine that make your administrators happy. This third entry pops into the third dimension: we’ll talk about the 3D scene, and how it’s even more powerful than before.
When working with my clients, they readily understand how the deployment of a CPQ (Configure-Price-Quote) solution can help them reduce sales errors. After all, we are human, and every one of us have days where we misplace a decimal point or enter in a wrong SKU. Just in writing this little post I have made a few spelling errors (of which I hope I caught all of them before posting). CPQ's ability to help salespeople, order management and the customer with data automation for their entry tasks is easily understood. But one thing that isn't readily apparent is how CPQ can help them win more sales.
In the 2018 Innovation Insight for Visual Configuration report that was released yesterday, Gartner explores the types of visual product configurators that are currently available including 2D and 3D visualization, mixed reality, virtual reality, and augmented reality. KBMax was featured throughout the report as a solution that uniquely offers every type of visualization as well as CAD automation. They also provide recommendations for implementing these solutions successfully and the significant benefits that companies have seen by deploying a visual configurator.
Today, Tuff Shed launched our 3D product configurator in their retail locations nationwide. Their customers can now configure a made-to-order shed based on their requirements (the size, the type, the color, etc.) in real-time and receive a quote instantly.
Welcome to the second article about our new features that we just released. Last time we detailed the UI enhancements that we rolled out and this installment will focus on the improvements that we made to our back-end rules engine called Snap.
Here are a few of our favorite under-the-hood programming updates that will make your Snap code even more scalable and easier to maintain.
Last week's PACK EXPO International in Chicago was a revolutionary and transformative event. If you missed it, it was an explosion of forward-looking technology that will impact the way people buy and sell packaging machinery and equipment.
In this blog post, we’d like to introduce you to the new UI updates available in KBMax version 3.3. In future blog posts, we’ll cover the other enhancements: the enhanced Snap programming language and back-end infrastructure, as well as the new features in our 3D scenes.
Since Dreamforce 2018 is less than a month away, we wanted to share the top 3 ways to engage with the KBMax team while you're at the show. This year, we'll be in several spots showing manufacturers and retailers how to boost their digital transformation strategy with our 3D and complex configurator that integrates seamlessly with Salesforce.
Topics: "Dreamforce 2018"