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.
The subscription eCommerce market has experienced rapid and significant growth, and is an incredibly lucrative option for enterprises. Yet for companies still relying on ERP systems, there's no easy way to launch subscriptions. Enter CPQ.
While self-service is a great feature to offer, it shouldn’t be the deciding factor in whether or not to invest in CPQ. The idea of CPQ isn’t to move from full service to self-service. It’s about providing people interchangeable options.
Despite the many compelling reasons to consider CPQ, some worry that moving to CPQ is too expensive and time consuming. Developing and implementing new solutions does take resources. However, most see the ROI in less than a year.
A deep dive into the common myths and misconceptions about moving to enterprise CPQ from our webinar with Oracle and Object Edge. Understand why CPQ can drive significant revenue results for your business.
CPQ solutions are increasingly popular among enterprises. Yet some business leaders are still hesitant, despite significant benefits. This is in part due to inaccurate myths about CPQ, like the belief that it won't feel and look modern.
Perhaps one of the most powerful impacts of CPQ is it is developed once, and deployed multiple times. Its configuration rules not only work for salespeople, but can also be used for resellers, self-service, and even different devices.