SalesChain users may conduct total cost of ownership analyses and generate managed print services proposals from within their platform.
[Southbury, CT] – SalesChain, a leading provider of cloud-based sales and business management solutions for office equipment dealers, has created a new TCO analysis and MPS proposal pricing tool called “TCO Made Easy.” This tool will allow users of the SalesChain software suite to conduct Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) analyses of machines that they are proposing to their customers. The tool will use real catalog data and allow reps to present analyses to customers using SalesChain’s proven proposal and order pricing suite through a new Managed Print Services (MPS) proposal screen.
SalesChain’s goal is to make “TCO Made Easy” accurate and flexible while providing salespeople the ability to maximize sales potential by understanding and capturing opportunities. As part of accomplishing this goal, SalesChain has mentioned that this tool will be the first to showcase their new user interface (UI), including a modern and updated look.
“Most successful dealers are providing MPS in some form,” says SalesChain CEO Tim Szczygiel. “Understanding a customer’s cost of ownership and operation is fundamental to solution selling. SalesChain has consulted with dealers across the country to effectively build a best-in-class solution for office technology dealers. With their advice, we have created something that can be used by dealers of any size and level of familiarity with MPS pricing tools.”
“TCO Made Easy” will be available to all SalesChain Platinum subscription holders. SalesChain users interested in this feature can contact the SalesChain help desk for more information at (203) 262-1611.
About SalesChain: SalesChain is the complete business automation solution for office equipment dealers. A CIO Magazine top 10 Workflow Automation Company, their goal is to help businesses see greater profitability and increased efficiency through better automation and synchronized data. SalesChain helps sales and back-office teams work together by creating smart data that can be used across the business to create more efficient operations.