CDS Product Sizing Tool Available on GAM Website
San Jose, CA, November 25, 2014. CDS (Catalog Data Solutions), a leading SaaS provider of online product solutions for industrial suppliers, announced the availability of a Product Sizing Tool purpose designed and integrated with CDS Catalog as a Service™ and CAD as a Service™ solutions already on the GAM Gear / GAM Enterprises’ website.
GAM, a leading manufacturer of precision gear reducers, servo couplings, and linear mounting kits, designed the tool to improve the user experience and provide simplicity of use. The sizing tool helps users quickly find suitable GAM products compatible with their motor. Over 9,000 of the most popular servomotors on the market are available for selection. After selecting a motor, users can easily narrow down the list of matching products by filtering attributes. Once a product has been sized, users reach a personalized specification page with immediate access to everything they need for their design, including:
- CAD models tailored to the specific motor available for download
- Detailed product information
- PDF versions of the catalog or individual catalog sections
- Recommended complimentary products
- Quick RFQ and online ordering options
Other notable highlights of the sizing tool give users the ability to adjust the continuous and peak torque values of the motor based on the actual performance requirements to ensure accurate sizing and a side-by-side product comparison function.
“We set out to develop a sizing tool that was simple and easy to use,” said Craig Van den Avont, President of GAM, “In the early stages of sizing most applications, our customers are looking for general guidance within our product offering. As a user’s design progresses and the requirements are refined, our application engineers are there to help with more involved sizing calculations to ensure the product remains suitable for the application.”
“The GAM sizing tool is a CDS Catalog custom web app that seamlessly integrates into GAM’s existing website,” said John Major, CEO CDS. “As product selection and buying continues to change and evolve, sales and marketing organizations need to continually come up with ways to get in front of the selection and buying cycle. GAM has done just that with this Sizing Tool.”
CDS helps industrial suppliers and distributors grow sales and strengthen customer loyalty through interactive online product catalogs, ecommerce, 3D CAD model delivery and product configurator solutions.
GAM is a leading manufacturer of precision gear reducers, servo couplings, linear mounting kits, and other innovative products used in automation technology. With one of the largest product offerings in the motion control industry as well as the engineering expertise and capabilities to develop customized solutions, GAM can help with your application. Being flexible to meet the needs of customer requests and great service are what set them apart from the rest. For more information visit: http://www.gamweb.com.
About CDS (Catalog Data Solutions, Inc.)
CDS serves Industrial Suppliers by providing them with 3D Catalog & eCommerce solutions that get their products found, designed-in, and purchased. Founded in 2005 with headquarters in San Jose, CA, CDS enables building product and industrial parts manufacturers and their distributors to increase sales by enabling their products to be specified into new designs, improve website conversion rates, generate high quality sales leads, and improve customer service. CDS Catalog as a Service™ and CAD as a Service™ solutions include the CDS ModelServer™, CDS Catalog™, and CDS Configurator™ products. CDS’s skilled and experienced professional services team provides CAD modeling and implementation services for the successful deployment of CDS SaaS solutions. The company’s customers include the world’s leading manufacturers and distributors in the building products, high tech and industrial manufacturing industries. For more information call +1.408.550.8820 or visit www.catalogdatasolutions.com.
Brian Campbell, CDS
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