KBMax helps to simplify and streamline your sales and manufacturing process with our manufacturing CPQ software.
Do you sell tangible goods? Does your company struggle to connect pricing and manufacturing rules to product and customer information in your core business systems?
75% of contract processes
are not automated
70% of sales rep time
is spent on administrative tasks
61% of employees
typically access four or more systems to get the information they need to do their jobs
Many still struggle with quoting from spreadsheets and waiting for a drawing from engineering to get a deal proposed, sold, and manufactured.
“Sales was crushing Manufacturing.”
Tuff Shed’s engineering and production departments were inundated with quote validation and CAD drawing requests from their sales department. They couldn’t catch up, and the sales team complained they were losing deals because of it.
Product variation compounded by the complexity of multiple pricing models can create confusion and inefficiency among your organization’s engineering, manufacturing, and sales teams. In this four-part guide, we’ll uncover how to address challenges like these in your sales to manufacturing processes by using CPQ software.Get the eBook
The fourth industrial revolution is a new era of growth in the tech industry that is marked by intelligence and connection. The new era of digital transformation in manufacturing is here. New technologies are popping up like autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence, nanotechnology and visualization. Companies are transforming themselves by bringing in these new technologies to connect with their customers in new ways.
Our easy-to-set up solution makes it easier for your sales teams, distributors, and end-customers to configure, price, and quote products and drive automation in engineering and manufacturing.
Say goodbye to sales spreadsheets and disconnected processes. Your product rules are easily set up in our rules engine, Snap, allowing your sales team to accurately configure and quote complex products. Once the product is configured, sales drawings and detailed Bill of Materials are immediately generated.
After the product is configured, engineering drawings and cut sheets are automatically generated and sent to your manufacturing team.