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Selectica Acquires b-pack for Procurement Software Transformation
Selectica has acquired b-pack, a provider of purchase-to-pay (P2P) software and services, further transitioning away from its configure, price, quote (CPQ

selectica  for Procurement Software Transformation Selectica has acquired b-pack, a provider of purchase-to-pay (P2P) software and services, further transitioning away from its configure, price, quote (CPQ) software origins toward contract lifecycle management (CLM) software . b-pack delivers solutions in e-procurement, P2P, asset management, budget management, invoice management, and expense management. Selectica’s strategy and long-term vision is to provide high-value upstream and downstream procurement

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One impression from the recently held SuiteWorld 2013 conference was that NetSuite’s partner ecosystem is becoming extensive – Autodesk and ClickSoftware Technologies being only some of the company's novel high profile alliances. On the conference expo floor I was able to note several existing configure, price, quote (CPQ) or quote to order (Q2O) partners such as CallidusCloud (which acquired

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