B2B software maker Zilliant unveils a quick start
Pricing software maker Zilliant has launched its Zilliant Quick Start Program, designed to enable faster deployment times for its software, which powers smart commerce for B2B businesses, according to a Thursday (May 19) Press release.
The program debuted with the Zilliant Quick Start package for Global and Country Price Lists, the statement said.
“In the past, deploying price optimization and management software might seem time-consuming or difficult to implement,” the statement said. “As a direct result, pricing and sales teams rely on spreadsheets to manage pricing, sales operations and sales functions, an insufficient method to meet today’s volatile market conditions.”
Zilliant’s new program reverses that trend by offering packaged solutions that address specific pricing and sales challenges, each of which can be up and running in three to eight weeks, running in tandem on the same platform, the statement said. .
“The average time for global companies to update prices when costs change is between six weeks and four months, which is too slow in today’s economy,” Zilliant President and CEO said. . Greg Peters. “It’s a process that unfortunately results in a significant loss of margin. Zilliant’s first quick-start package for global and national price lists squarely addresses this challenge, allowing these companies to easily update prices as costs change and keep pace with market volatility.
The launch of the Quick Start program comes weeks after Zilliant unveiled Next-Generation Price IQ, a new price optimization app.
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“Inflation has become the new business reality, exacerbated by supply chain turbulence, increased competition and dramatic swings in demand and inventory availability,” the company said last month. “As a result, B2B companies need a faster, more powerful pricing approach that maintains market alignment while generating easily explainable and defensible pricing.”
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