Create a better buying experience by showing your customers exactly what they are buying.
Accurately communicate a customers’ visualized product design to sales & marketing, engineers, and production in a language each understands.
“Leaders responsible for sales applications should seize the opportunity to disrupt their industry by being the first to offer visual configurations… The first organizations to adopt it in their industry experience substantial competitive advantage and cost savings.”
Mark David Lewis
Analyst at Gartner
An immersive experience
Bring your products to life and let your customer see how it fits into a space
Quoting on the fly
Show your guests dynamic pricing that changes as they select product options
Increase collaboration between engineering and sales, increasing the speed and quality of quotes
We’re more than just a pretty face. We’re the only solution that goes beyond visualization by supporting our configurator with Snap. This powerful rules engine determines what can be visually configured in 3D or 2D.
Take your customer on a virtual product tour where they can interact with visuals, hot spots, videos, and guides. Once they are happy with the configuration, they can price and quote it instantly.
“This is a great tool for any company looking to dazzle their customers with a great and fun way to build a product.”
Increase sales by showing off your product in an attractive and intuitive way, no matter how complex the configuration. With product visualization your customer is 75% more likely to buy after visually seeing a product (eMarketer).
By working alongside your customer or empowering them to configure your product by themselves on your website, they will experience a quicker and more personalized design process in real-time as users enjoy customizing and configuring for themselves.
Our visualization is driven by the rules you set up in our rules engine, Snap. Therefore, your customer can only configure a product that can be manufactured.
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