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- Parts Catalog Desktop Publishing – Easily integrate ERP and legacy data to publish interactive, up-to-date parts books, catalogs and other documents.
- Equipment Library – All product and equipment-related documentation is accessible via Web-based interface, enabling faster parts searching and ordering.
- eCommerce for Manufacturers – Shopping cart functions allow “kit” purchases, suggestive selling and two-way communication with back-office accounting systems.
Get the latest news releases from Digabit.
May 15, 2017
Digabit appoints Gary Broache to Board of Directors
March 10, 2017
Digabit appoints new Chief Financial Officer
Jan. 30, 2017
Digabit to showcase Documoto at SOLIDWORKS World
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Author BylineAlan Sage is the founding CEO of Digabit, a venture capital backed, growth phase SaaS company offering robust parts catalog authoring and publishing tools, technical support library and eCommerce capabilities for manufacturers. Find out more at www.digabit.com.
BioAlan Sage is the founding CEO of Digabit, which is a venture capital backed, growth-phase SaaS company. As CEO, Alan oversees all elements of the company’s strategy and operations. Alan has been involved with startup ventures his entire career. During college, he founded a marketing company, which he later sold to fund a foray into aviation. Alan moved into software during the mid-90s, starting with Mission Critical Software as a Lotus Notes Developer, and later becoming its most productive salesman. Alan spearheaded Mission Critical’s largest deal prior to the company going public. Subsequently, as a co-founder and the first Vice-President of Sales for Configuresoft, he grew the company’s annual sales from zero to $25 million in six years.