Announcing Bramble 3.7 – Manage Your Distributor’s Claims with Ease
May 11th, 2019 (Updated 03/24/2021) | 2 min. read
Are you looking forward to the summer season? Then join us in a toast to pricing with a refreshing summer drink – Bramble. Bramble is a mixture of gin, simple syrup, fresh lemon juice, creme de mure and crushed ice. Sound tasty? Then raise your glass to toast our new release – 3.7 Bramble – arriving on June 23, 2019. Here’s a first look at the release highlights.
ChannelManager – This new module helps you handle special discount agreements between your distributors and their customers. The module processes an Excel file with transactional data you receive from your distributor, validates the data, and creates a claim record that can be sent to your ERP to issue a credit memo.
E-Signature – You can send your quotes or contracts to your customers through DocuSign electronic signature system with just a few clicks in Pricefx.
More control over permissions – We’ve added more control for you to extend business roles, set approval permissions and approval notifications separately, and define who can access and edit contract calculation logic, making your permissions management much easier.
Multiple logins in the same window – Get work done faster by logging in to a partition multiple times within the same browser using separate tabs.
Product images – Get clarity into your products. With Bramble, you can upload images for your products, making it easier for end users to navigate among the products. These images can also be used in QuoteConfigurator.
RebateManager in Unity UI – We’re updating the RebateManager user interface and making it available in Unity along with QuoteConfigurator and PromotionManager.
PriceOpimizer with R-Integration – R-Integration enables R-code in PriceOptimizer, making AI and Machine Learning algorithms easier.
Goal seeking functionality – You can now calculate backwards to obtain an input that would result in a given output. For example, you can calculate price increases per product to reach an overall goal of 3% price increase without impacting margin constraints.