The Belgian company Moeyersons has been an established name for over 60 years in the world of cabinet construction on trailers and trucks as well as for repairs and remedial work. Quality is the most important core value within their philosophy. But Moeyersons was also ready for a configurator, to give that core value another boost.
And so Merkato may firstly work on optimising and speeding up the quotation process. After all, Moeyersons had a desire to produce quotations for repair work faster. Linking repair work to a configurator may not be a direct or obvious match, but it is a match made in heaven, because it completely fits our vision. After all, repair work also contains recurring (and therefore automatable) elements. The work preparation of these activities is shortened considerably by using standard repair items (such as material, workplace, hours) from the ERP software. This allows Merkato to create a repair BOM or quotation in no time. The work order is also directly shot through to the ERP system.
In addition, Merkato will spend the next 12 months building a database for Moeyersons, which will allow the company to predict increasingly automated claim settlements thanks to smart algorithms. Finally, Merkato will of course also provide quotes for the wide variety of vehicles Moeyersons can supply.
In other words, an all-round use of our flexible software and advanced analysis tools!
In recent years, the company had been growing at lightning speed, and because every system they supply is custom-made, making the corresponding quotations began to require more and more resources. This stood in the way of rapid international expansion, which is why Wiejelo contacted Merkato.
In Merkato, we captured and automated all processes. As a result, the error rate due to human error was significantly reduced.
Making no concessions: that is important to SIEPLO. And that is exactly why SIEPLO chose Merkato!
SafanDarley has big ambitions for the coming years. That a good sales configurator would play an important role in this was long obvious.