Meeting prospects’ and customers’ individual requirements

Prospects and customers, sales representative, trading partners as well as engineering staff are guided interactively to a buildable and permitted configuration in various ways that match their level of knowledge. A set of rules ensures that only customised products emerge that are plausible and intended.

The variant configurator guides occasional and new users in particular interactively. Professional users can move freely around the application. Various alternative configurations can be saved, subsequently retrieved and iteratively modified.

Product configurators and variant configurators can run on the Internet, on notebooks, PCs or CAD workstations depending on the particular application and the target group.

The main aim of variant configuration is to master and avoid a discrepancy between sales and engineering in daily business.

Some of the typical variant configuration solutions implemented by our customers include: quotation configurator, variant configurator, engineering configurator, notebook-based sales configurator, Internet-based product configurator, CAD configurator, guided selling, 3D interior design, etc.

Variant configuration in sales and marketing (sales configurator)

The focus here is on a fast and accurate response to customer enquiries in sales in the form of buildable configurations, quotations and other data and information ahead of order fulfilment (sales data).

Variant configuration in order fulfilment (engineering- and production-related configuration)

The focus here is on the fast and accurate translation of customer requests – by the engineering and production departments – into the data and information required for order fulfilment (production data). Variant configurations from sales and marketing can be used as input information.

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The guided, safe route to the correct and buildable variant,
the core of speedmaxx

Create individual parts, assemblies and drawings of product variants in a rule-based process

Model object dependencies, interfaces and user interfaces graphically yourself