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An Evaluation of the Main 4 Benefits of an Automated Ship and Debit Program
In the final chapter of this 10-part series, we will take a look at implementing automated ship and debit and evaluate the main principle benefits of this CMR’s valuable B2B incentive tool.
Here are the 4 chief advantages of implementing automated ship and debit into your channel marketing infrastructure:
1.) Real-time ‘Net Revenue’ Reporting
- CMR’s instinctive and updatable software monitors revenue during each transaction—provides vendors with an in-depth infographic, which provides perspective into the business’s ecosystem. This assists in the potential assessment of business strategy and “pain point” evaluation or areas which need improvement.
2.) Reduced Overpayments
- The fiscal consequence of miscalculated data can be catastrophic to a vendor. CMR’s automated distributor claims management module alleviates the uncertainty of human error, as the benefit of fast turnaround time and accurately calculated price adjustments doesn’t just keep channel partners happy but also reduces the risk of economic loss due to wrongly submitted DFIs (whether it’s intentional or accidental is irrelevant).
3.) Program Effectiveness
- CMR’s “Ship and Debit” Program not only provides distributors with accurate credit payment and quick turnaround but also allows vendors to thoroughly examine sales reports (i.e., ROI) with quantifiable metrics, which can be viewed from anywhere, anytime.
4.) Better Partner Relations
In order to nurture a profound, transparent B2B relationship between two separate entities, built on such dissimilar ideologies and objectives, trust must be an imminent ingredient towards sustaining success for both parties involved. Ultimately, the CMR Ship and Debit program transforms day-to- day, B2B relationships by implementing a tangible platform that helps to cultivate transparent pricing agreements, and most importantly, benefit both parties involved. CMR’s comprehensive, streamlined claim processing Ship and Debit Program not only keeps distributors coming back for more “normally priced” stock units but also helps maximize sales consistency regarding the supplier.