Once upon a time, people ordered Model T-Fords in any color, as long as it was black. That simplicity is long gone; indeed, the automotive industry could claim that it started the make-to-order industry.
Assistive Mobility Industry
Our configurators enable you to input changes quickly, and more important, manage the design, production and sales process of custom mobility products.
Blinds, Shades, and Screens Industry
Businesses are dealing with a new breed of end users—whether they are consumers, other distributors, or retailers. Consumers want custom products that meet specific, even personal needs.
Cooling and Heating Industry
Delivering tailored solutions is part of everyday business: orders can range from standardized residential equipment to nuclear power plant components that consume thousands of Gigawatts of electricity.
Industrial Equipment and Machinery Industry
Whether you sell or produce huge mining equipment machinery, high precision medical devices or small and very accurate laser devices, you need to manage a large number of options, rules and calculations.
Medical and Orthopedic Industry
Manufacturers and resellers of medical systems, prosthetics, and orthopedics share a common mission: Delivering products and solutions that change, even save, people’s lives. But quotes & orders can involve a jungle of parameters.
Printing, Packaging, and Apparel Industry
Surprised that printing, packaging, and apparel industries are grouped together? Their products are often tailored to specific customers’ needs.
High Tech and Electronics Industry
Whether you sell or produce very sensitive sensors, Nano-meters, hardness testers, car audio of high end kitchen machines, you need to manage a large number of options, rules and calculations.
Steel and Metal Fabrication Industry
Manufacturers of special metal products, parts, and sub-assemblies face a unique challenge on a daily basis: Quoting and ordering highly customized goods, in small series, at a competitive price.
Wood and Furniture Industry
Even a “standard” sofa can offer a plethora of options: 2, 2 ½ or 3 seater, leather or cotton fabrics, different colors, arm rests, with or without cushions—there could be 100+ variants for a single model.
Windows and Doors Industry
Though customers selecting standard options, most expect a wide range of choices. Material, color, design, glass, frame, handles, and locks are just a subset of components that customers assume come with plenty of options.
Build loyalty by incorporating all service activities into your customer lifecycle, from tailored agreements and contracts through service call registration and execution.