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Technology

There is only one constant for high-technology companies - their markets, customers, and products will change. And change fast. To compete successfully, even as technology changes quickly, industry leaders must utilize tools that are flexible enough to manage the inherent change within their business.

Solutions for Technology Companies:

  • Product Configuration
    Flexible product configuration technology which can manage any mix of complex and simple product offerings- including hardware, software, services, and support solutions.
  • Channel Management
    Ability for your channel partners- VARs, distributors, etc- to self-service their own quotes and orders, freeing up your internal resources to drive more business and develop your next generation products.
  • Integration
    Proven ability to quickly integrate to the leading CRM and ERP applications, utilizing the latest web API protocols and EAI integration tools - including salesforce.com, Oracle CRM On Demand, SAP, Oracle, and more.
  • Administration
    Fully on-demand administration and configuration tools, so your system administrators can quickly add products, change configuration rules, update pricing, and more – 24 x 7 from anywhere in the world. Even better, no need to contact BigMachines to make these changes - our efficient and user-friendly admin platform will enable your subject matter experts to make these changes themselves.
  • Reporting
    Integrated sales forecasting and pipeline management via CRM integration- across both your direct sales teams and your channel partners- enabling your sales teams to spend less time forecasting, and more time talking to customers.
  • Approval Workflow
    Deploy a single, consistent sales toolkit with flexible workflows which can manage a variety of order types and pricing/discounting methods – production units, demo or evaluation units, direct pricing versus re-seller pricing, etc.

Technology Customers