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CallidusCloud Launches CPQ at Dreamforce 2012 on Salesforce.com's AppExchange
CallidusCloud's CPQ (formerly Webcom’s Websource CPQ) has long been part of AppExchange, helping to automate and accelerate the quotation and proposal

websource cpq  CallidusCloud's CPQ (formerly Webcom’s Websource CPQ) has long been part of AppExchange , helping to automate and accelerate the quotation and proposal generation process for sales teams and channel partners. CPQ (configure, price, quote) accelerates sales cycles across companies, ranging from those with simple product catalogs and distribution models all the way to complex, multi-channel sales networks. The real news here is the product’s much tighter security and integration with salesforce.com. Pla

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Configure Price Quote (CPQ) Software Evaluation Report

This comprehensive Configure Price Quote (CPQ) Software Evaluation Report covers the full range of CPQ functionality. If your business is facing increasingly complex product configurations, CPQ solutions can do more than create accurate and professional sales quotes: they can open the door to significantly increased sales and revenues.  

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It’s About Process (or The Ability to Be Responsive)


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Is There a Way to Avoid Lengthy Catalog Numbers?


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