Thursday, September 7, 2023
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Cyncly one of the leading global providers of software and content solutions is about to introduce its integrated solutions for furniture manufacturers and component suppliers in SICAM. Ending the woes of the manufacturers Cyncly’s industry-specific solutions are designed to help the industry speed up processes and optimise the internal flow of data, easing the process from design to delivery.
Present in Hall 10 at Stand D26 at SICAM, Cyncly will be featuring 3CAD, visual CPQ software that connects sales to the production of furniture, kitchen, and bath products. It offers 3D configuration, visualisation, pricing, tracking, and integration with ERP and CNC machines. The company will also feature Insight, which provides industry-specific ERP manufacturing software solutions for cabinet, furniture and architectural millwork manufacturers. Insight helps manufacturers create a seamless flow of information from the bid and order entry through to the final installation. 3CAD easily integrates with Insight, delivering a continuous connection between CPQ and ERP-MES systems customers run their business on one platform from order to production.
Furniture manufacturers often face problems where they need to handle great pressure to offer customers high levels of product customization, due to different hurdles in the processing of the products. To end these worries, Cyncly’s platform strategy offers the industry’s most complete portfolio of customer-facing and project and production management solutions to overcome the challenges, with leading Design/CPQ, CRM, ERP, and MES software tailored to the spaces for the living sector. Expressing the thrill of introducing the Cyncly brand to SICAM for the first time, Andrea Gnoato the General Manager of Kitchen, Bathroom and Furniture (KBF) Manufacturing said, “We’ve listened to the industry’s needs and now offer a more complete set of solutions, more integrated than ever before, to help our customers succeed. Our solutions help our customers integrate their businesses, from sales to production, to be more responsive to changing market needs and capitalize on new opportunities faster.”