Featured Add-Ons

Our 5 most in-demand product extensions include:

Extension Title: Stitch Images

CPQ Product: Configurator

What does it do?

This function within Configurator allows the rules writer to layer multiple, static images on top of one another to present a single image during configuration. This image can also be used for quotes and proposal documents. The function allows the user to provide coordinates to pinpoint the exact location of each image. It also provides length and width dimensions so that the image can be enlarged/shrunk based on its use with other images.

Example of how it is used:

A door manufacturer has pictures of their doors, door handles, and types of glass that can go inside of the door. They want to provide a realistic presentation of the door that their customers are purchasing. The Stitch Images function allows the glass and hardware to be overlaid onto the door image. This showcases the final door product without having to create an image of every possible combination offered.

Industries:

All – used for visualizing products

Extensions Title: Requested Ship Date Blocking

CPQ Product: Sales Portal

What does it do?

When placing an order, users can select a requested ship date for delivery. This extension allows the manufacturer to block dates based on manufacturing capacity, shipping location, truck route schedules, holidays or even production capacity for an individual product line.

Example of how it is used:

The requested ship date calendar will have dates blocked off from selection based on shipping criteria set by the manufacturer.

Industries:

All – specifically high-volume manufacturers

Extensions Title: Order Status

CPQ Product: Sales Portal

What does it do?

The extension allows users to view the status of any order they have been placed through Sales Portal into their ERP. This gives the user a self-service portal to see where their order(s) are at in the manufacturing and fulfillment process. Status is broken out by line status for manufacturers that offer partial shipments of orders.

Example of how it is used:

A replacement parts order is placed through Sales Portal. The manufacturer is closed on the weekend and you would like an update on your order. The user can log into Sales Portal and see expected ship dates, the status of their order (received, in progress, completed, shipped).

Industries:

All – specifically high-volume manufacturers

Multi-Line Configuration

CPQ Product: Infor Sales Portal / Infor CPQ

What does it do:

This extension allows a single configured line to be split into multiple, reconfigurable lines. Particularly useful when configuring complementary systems of products where multiple are created during either quoting or order entry.

How it is used:

A commercial lighting system configuration prompts the user for details about the room and desired lighting type, and then a quote is created with multiple lines of configured assemblies such as track, light housings, and controllers.

Industries:

Furniture, Lighting, Storage systems