Move deals ahead with speed and accuracy
Pramata’s Deal & Order Acceleration solution leverages our innovative digitization-as-a-service (DaaS) capabilities to transform all of your commercial documentation—MSAs, amendments, order forms, and more—into an always up-to-date, accurate record of pricing commitments, entitlements, and service obligations.
Non-standard terms are flagged and this information is then mapped to CPQ and CRM systems so deal desk and order management teams have access to the specific terms that apply to a given deal or order.
Our solution automatically updates the information daily and assures quality, so you can be confident that you’re quoting based on the most current terms.
Pramata Deal & Order Acceleration in Action
Deals and risk prioritized
Which deals have pre-approved Master Agreements? Which have non-standard terms that require additional negotiation? And which deals have non-standard pricing that requires additional analysis? Evaluate your entire customer portfolio of commercial terms so you can pinpoint potential deal roadblocks and automate approvals wherever possible.
Current terms maximized
Quickly determine if there are in-effect terms you can use to speed up deals. Leverage up-to-date commercial terms, the customer’s product footprint and current pricing to more completely inform your quoting process. Integrate current products and pricing into your CPQ and CRM systems and tie active masters to in-flight deals, so you can accelerate deal cycle time.
Non-standard terms review
Review a summary of the most up-to-date commercial terms for a customer before approving a quote or processing an order. The Pramata solution flags non-standard Ts and Cs and highlights in-effect discounts so you can rapidly spot potential issues. Give your team the ability to compare pricing offered to in-effect most favored pricing guarantees. This way you can ensure compliance and speed up deals to realize revenue faster.
Streamline the customer onboarding process and reduce time-to-order by automating the transfer of deal summaries to services and order teams. Report on recently signed deals with non-standard terms to ensure nothing falls through the cracks.