Gamma has launched their new online Mobile Pricing Tool, enabling channel partners to quickly and easily build a quote for Gamma Mobile. Designed to make the sales process simpler without reducing flexibility, partners can view the potential revenue and margin from a deal and quickly model the effect of adjusting quantities, rates and contract periods.
The Mobile Pricing Tool is integrated into the Gamma Portal with 24/7 availability. Helping with pipeline management, partners will be able to view and download details, whilst quotes are saved with expected completion dates, status and comments, ultimately improving visibility to sales managers.
The Mobile Pricing Tool contains up to date pricing with built in validation to improve speed and accuracy. Unlike similar products, the Mobile Pricing Tool allows channel partners to set any rate they want for the service, model out-of-bundle charges and add products and services not supplied by Gamma to one quote.
Lydia Barton (pictured), Mobile VAS Product Manager at Gamma commented, “At Gamma we aim to give our partners lots of flexibility and option to ensure they can provide their customers with the best-fit mobile service. However, with this flexibility can come increased complexity, making the process of building a quote difficult, particularly for partners who do not have much experience selling mobile. We’ve listened to our partners and provided a tool that takes the confusion out of creating quotes with a simplified deal building process, an up-to-date cost base and full mobile product set instantly available and updated, removing unnecessary administration for the partner.”
Brett Smith, Commercial Manager, Immervox Ltd “The Mobile Pricing Tool has improved the accuracy of our sales team’s quotes, so we haven’t had to re quote due to tariff incompatibility. I have also seen more creative pricing and propositions been delivered to our prospects and I believe that this is due to the control and certainty the pricing tool provides to the sales team. As a manager I have a better handle on the pipeline and can simply log onto the portal and view all the deals and the stage they are at quickly.”
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