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Anglia delivers Bill of Materials in under 2 minutes

Anglia Components has announced the introduction of the BOM+ as a feature for Anglia Live customers who will now be able to upload a Bill of Materials (BOM) and get a volume quote in under two minutes.

In what the company claims is a global first, cross referencing to manufacturer and industry recognised part numbers is also fully integrated into the tool, a feature that it says is unique to Anglia.

The software supporting BOM+ has been developed in-house and is intended to be easy to use and customer-friendly. There is no template specified so customers can enter data in their own format and no file sorting or adaptation is required. Anglia BOM+ is able to work with Excel and other popular file formats, and accepts data as the customer has entered it, providing an immediate volume quote.

BOM+ is able to price up the quantities specified at the customer’s contract price or the appropriate price break, whichever is more economical. It will also flag up opportunities to reduce the unit price by increasing the order quantity on specified line items.

Commenting Steve Rawlins, CEO, Anglia, said, “BOM+ is a world leading product from Anglia. It offers more flexibility and information far quicker than any similar tool in the industry. Customers can now get an instant quote from Anglia that fully reflects the volume that they are sourcing and any discount structure or negotiated pricing they have in place with us.

"We work the way the customer wants: BOM+ accepts most popular file formats using the customer’s preferred layout. In short, we’ve cut out the fuss in getting a Bill of Materials fully costed.”

Neil Tyler

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