DemandBridge Partners With SAGE For Latest Integration In DB Sourcing

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Customers utilise this web-based procurement solution for its ease of use, job status dashboard, and other features aimed at slashing the time it takes to get from quote to order

DemandBridge, a dominant marketing automation platform provider to approximately 500 marketing/print services firms, announce their latest integration with SAGE to power the quote-to-order workflow for promotional products.

With the increased significance of promotional products in customers’ growth strategies, DemandBridge is proud to partner with SAGE to offer various capabilities within the DB Sourcing product. The SAGE Connect API offers many services to facilitate the transfer of product, category, vendor, and order information to and from applications like ours.

With these tools, users can continue to utilise SAGE as they do today to execute product searches, create presentations, and more, but cut down on the eventual re-keying of pricing and spec information into the DemandBridge products they ultimately use to manage projects, propose pricing, and place orders.

The DB Sourcing solution was the logical first candidate for bringing SAGE data directly to the DemandBridge product suite. Customers utilise this web-based procurement solution for its ease of use, job status dashboard, and other features aimed at slashing the time it takes to get from quote to order. With this latest integration, real-time product information coming directly from SAGE can be leveraged, including imagery, pricing, and specifications, to populate customer proposal documents. Users can then employ DB Sourcing to send that proposal to their customer before submitting a purchase order to awarded suppliers.

“Our relationship with SAGE has always been strong, and this was the next logical step in enhancing our customers’ user experience. We are eager for our customers to take advantage of these added capabilities, which are sure to make their use of DemandBridge technology more seamless and efficient than ever before,”  said David Rich, Chairman and CEO at DemandBridge.