Why Oracle CPQ is a Market Leader

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Oracle CPQ stands out from its peers thanks to its native integrations, extensive configurability that meets even the most complex organization's needs, and simple and easy-to-use interfaces for end users.

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When it comes to investing in a CPQ, or Configure, Price, Quote solution, it’s important to select one that not only meets your enterprise’s needs, but also is a market leader.

When it comes to investing in a CPQ, or Configure, Price, Quote solution, it’s important to select one that not only meets your enterprise’s needs, but also is a market leader.

The Oracle CPQ suite meets this criteria for a number of reasons. One of the biggest is its integrations. 

Easy Integrations

Oracle CPQ can be deployed stand-alone or in conjunction with CRM, eCommerce, Service, and ERP solutions. It has native integrations with not only Oracle back offer, but also things like Salesforce CRM. 

Consequently, enterprises can enjoy the strength of Oracle infrastructure and security while still utilizing other solutions, too. All of this enables companies to provide seamless, omnichannel experiences for customers and users. 

Complex Configurations, Easy Interfaces

But beyond the integration capabilities, Oracle has consistently ranked top-tier among its peers, offering extensive configurability to meet even the most complex organization’s needs. This is particularly helpful if you have complex order flows or configurations, which many B2B enterprises do. 

Additionally, Oracle’s more recent releases like its Jet UI make it very easy to either have Headless user interfaces or to leverage Jet UI to build a modern experience flow. Consequently, Oracle CPQ can simultaneously handle complex scenarios behind-the-scenes while providing a simple and easy-to-use user interface. 

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If you’re interested in learning more about Oracle CPQ, contact the team at Object Edge.

About the Author

Sarah Falcon

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Sarah is a nimble and creative marketing leader with 15 years of experience in a mix of agencies, B2B, and B2C enterprises. She brings a background in building and driving impactful marketing practices and processes for growing businesses. Sarah has expertise in brand, content marketing, lead generation, and marketing operations. She’s a co-author of the 2019 book on B2B eCommerce Digital Branch Secrets: eCommerce Playbook for Distributors.

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