iQuote: What’s the ROI?

January 15, 2010

iQuote offers amazing opportunities for Return on Investment (ROI). At time of writing we have just emerged from a month of snow here in the UK. That has not prevented channelcentral.net from ploughing ahead with iQuote partly due to the way that our business is structured. One of the topics that we want to discuss is how customers, in particular Distributors, can view Return on Investment for iQuote. To that end we have produced a White Paper that offers a comprehensive guide to how to calculate ROI.

Many of our customers are unlikely to wade through a White Paper so we’ll use this Blog to highlight the key areas. Happily when looking at the Investment element it is not a particularly huge number that we need to cover and calculate against:

  1. The Subscription Model means that there is no Capital Expenditure and no Internal Management Costs.
  2. The Web-Based Service means that there is NO requirement for any Servers, Desktop Applications, Huge Bandwidth.

Our Blog here (replicated to our Home Page and LinkedIn) aims to enlighten all of our customers about the wonderful world of iQuote: an eCommerce Solution that gives Sales people the ability to quickly create price/inventory/promotion-optimised and accurate quotations, with a higher number of options attached.

For further information:

channelcentral.net Web Site: www.channelcentral.net
channelcentral.net  Blog: www.channelcentral.net/blog
iQuote User Group on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?home=&gid=2081850&trk=anet_ug_hm

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