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Q2O Systems: Solutions for Quotation Management and Pricing Configuration
Quote-to-order systems include quotation management and pricing configuration solutions. Pricing configuration engines automate pricing and quoting processes

selection systems inventory management  for engineering BOM (leveraging selection rules) and sales BOM (leveraging constraint rules), with some wizard-based capability to create and maintain rules. The typical output from these systems is quotes, orders, and BOMs, with a data-level integration with other systems. The ETO configuration, by contrast, extends well beyond the MTO configuration. Here, each component type is also associated with a predefined set of parameters, where each parameter has a predefined set of possible values to choose

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Warehouse Management System (WMS) RFI/RFP Template

Warehouse Configuration, Bin Location Setup, Receiving, Inventory Control, Packing and Shipping, Picking, Adaptability, Technology Configuration, Product Technology Get this template

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