Access BDD launches LINC

Stairlift and homelift supplier Access BDD has announced the launch of LINC, an innovative cloud-based order processing platform, which it says it part of its ongoing commitment to delivering a “seamless customer experience” to its partners.

LINC has been specifically designed for Access BDD partners to give complete visibility of their order book, from the point of order, right through to manufacture and dispatch. It enables the partner to have real-time, up-to-date information, keeping its customers informed on the status of their lift at the click of a button.

According to Access BDD, the new platform means that partners benefit from a transparent flow of communication from the factory to their customers. Additionally, with LINC being a cloud-based platform, partners can place an order from anywhere and on any device, even in the customer’s home.

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The introduction of LINC has been overseen by Lucia Pontecorvi, Business Systems & Training Lead for Access BDD. Commenting on the rollout so far, Lucia commented: “Our partners are integral to our business, and therefore we are always looking to support them in any way.

“With the introduction of LINC, each partner will have their own secure account, and by logging in, they can quickly and easily enter the configuration of their customer’s lift. LINC guides partners through the configuration process, eliminating potential errors through predefined intelligent conditional logic.

“In addition, partners can see exactly what stage each order is at, be notified when drawings are ready for approval and put lifts directly into production.

“All correspondence are kept in one central location relevant to each specific order. When there is an update, the partner will be instantly informed via an automatic email notification. We have also established a dedicated LINC team here at Access BDD who will be monitoring all orders to ensure a smooth rollout process”.

In addition to investing in this digital platform, Access BDD is training all its partners to ensure they are comfortable with the new system and maximise its benefits. So far, the feedback during these training courses has been extremely positive, it says, and it looks forward to sharing it with more partners in the coming months.

Access BDD has steadily evolved over the years, expanding its reach globally, including the American market, and launching new products, such as the Flow X stairlift, last year.

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