This guide is designed for our elevator partners to get their Match offer system setup. If you’re interested in learning more about Marketplace and how you can connect better with your producers, please take a look at our Marketplace pages
Congratulations on the decision to use the cmdty Match to manage your offer book. We couldn’t be happier to have you onboard as a customer and the whole firstname.lastname@example.org team is excited to work with you. This guide is designed to get you started using Match within cmdtyView. You’ll be working up custom bids to your producers in no time.
Here are all the things you should do to ensure success. Our product experts are standing by to help you along the way, so just shoot us a note at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Let’s get you setup and get your offer book looking fresh. We’ve done this before.
1) Get each of your grain buyers / merchandisers setup with cmdtyView
In order to use Match your grain buying team will need access to cmdtyView
Once in cmdtyView our firstname.lastname@example.org team will work with your employees to configure their Match profile (basically your Merchandiser details)
Get your account profiles setup with information that will increase engagement (profile photo and title) with your producers. Did you know that having a profile photo can improve engagement by over 2,000%? At a minimum we need to make sure your company logo shows up in the profile photo.
2) Get your growers onboarded into the system
Do you have existing farmer accounts from another provider? We’ve done this many times, so just contact email@example.com and we will walk you through best practice to gather an existing list for import.
Our onboarding team will setup a Match dashboard in cmdtyView Pro that will allow you to interact with offers that farmer’s create or even create offers on their behalf. You can now view all of your farmers and offers in the same screen that you monitor cash markets, futures prices, and get your hedge off. We’re making you’re life easier already!
3) Work up your first custom bid / offer to your producers