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3D Product Configurator

Tuff Shed Rolls Out Our 3D Product Configurator Nationwide

November 26, 2018

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.

They even have the ability to visually place their belongings like their storage boxes, their lawn mower, their car (whatever they want to store) into the shed to see if they actually fit. Because honestly, do you really know what size shed you need? You just know that you have 10 boxes and a Ferrari that you need to fit into it.

This dynamic, user-friendly and visual solution is revolutionizing how Tuff Shed sells and manufactures. Steve Stessman, the Senior Sales VP at Tuff Shed, says that “KBMax’s 3D visualization will show customers exactly what they want to buy in real-time to improve our lead generation and hit rates.  Plus the complete solution will streamline our manufacturing processes post-order.”

The overall solution integrates with Salesforce CPQ to give Tuff Shed a best-in-class solution for complex configuration, pricing and quote-to-cash.  The configurator will also be used by their dealers in Home Depot stores nationwide to help their customers configure their perfect sheds in-store as well.

Curious? Try it out today to see how manufacturers are changing the way that they sell, and more importantly, the way that their customers can buy.

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Lauren Habig

Lauren Habig
Director of Marketing at KBMax

Lauren has over 11 years of marketing experience and has learned from industry experts at companies like HP and Salesforce.

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