There are numerous advantages to using integrated business software applications like NetSuite.
What does a typical profit margin for manufacturers look like? And how can you optimize yours to improve your company’s bottom line?
How does a sales order turn into an invoice in NetSuite?
We’re all aware of how important customer service is. Old sayings like: “the customer is always right,” and “treat others the way you want to be treated” are echoed in meeting rooms and offices around the world.
The manufacturing industry represents 54% of the world’s energy consumption and 20% of global emissions. There is a growing need for the industry to “go green” and practice enhanced sustainability, but this can improve production outcomes for manufacturers’ financial benefit, as well.
Manufacturing sales can be time-consuming and complex. Products and services sold at this level are often expensive, with lots of custom components. And purchasing managers are often in no hurry to make big decisions.
If you’re unsure of how to navigate a web-based product configurator, you're not alone. Even with the recent push towards a cloud-hosted and digitally-transformed era, most product configurator software solutions still aren't web-based.
A product configurator that’s hosted on the web is actually more user-friendly than traditional product configuration software. And if you’re already using a traditional product configurator, transitioning to a web-based CPQ software isn’t a complex task.
With the digital transformation manufacturers are facing, it’s essential to adapt to models of digitization to remain competitive. If you're manufacturing highly-configurable products, a web-based solution streamlines the entire process.
So, let's take a look at how you can use web-based product configuration software to streamline your operations.