Capgemini and Tacton—Making client businesses smarter by connecting customer, product and factory
Together, Capgemini and Tacton are providing innovative CPQ (Configure Price Quote) solutions for global manufacturing companies. This strategic partnership leverages Tacton’s CPQ technologies and Capgemini’s proven strength in delivering digital transformation initiatives.
Next generation CPQ
Designed specifically for the manufacturing industry, Tacton’s cloud-based CPQ solution makes it simpler to design, configure and sell custom products. The solution places the customer at the heart of the process, while driving sales efficiency and operational excellence.
The software uses patented technology with an AI-based configurator that can handle even the most complex product structures. Direct links to the latest ERP/PLM materials information ensures that sales, engineering and manufacturing are always in sync. Other features such as Needs-based Guided Selling and Visual Configuration further improve customer experience and help drive sales.
Unmatched industry expertise
Our joint offering is enabled through our deep understanding of the manufacturing industry, and together we are perfectly positioned to deliver transformation project at scale, to bring real value.
We are currently working with some of the world’s leading manufacturers in areas such as medtech and industrial machinery. The recent launch of a tailored offering for the automotive industry marks the latest step as we further invest in this successful relationship.
Tacton’s manufacturing software solutions connect customer with product and factory for smarter business. By putting customers at the heart of the process, we focus on their needs, enabling better sales and more efficient operations. Drawing upon 20 years of AI research, our constraints based configurator goes beyond CPQ, transforming the way you do business – letting your customers build relationships with their clients, not just products. With global manufacturing expertise, we work with partners such as ABB, Bosch, Caterpillar Propulsion, Daimler, MAN, Mitsubishi, Siemens, Toshiba and Yaskawa. Tacton is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, with additional regional headquarters in Chicago, USA, Karlsruhe, Germany, Warsaw, Poland and Tokyo, Japan.