My second high-level glance at the headline benefits attributed to CPQ has turned up ‘Control of Margins’. Let’s take a look and see what this REALLY means.

If you’re reading this news post, you will be reading it on our newly designed website which has gone live recently!

Tomorrow we are celebrating Walpole Partnership’s 4th birthday – there will be singing, cake and jubilation all day! The 8th of July was the date we decided on as a team to be the official birthday for Walpole Partnership. We could have been like the Queen and gone with two, but we decided to settle […]

Were incredibly proud of our Operations Director, Lisa Zevi, for completing her first ever sky dive in aid of the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity. We feel privileged to have been able to sponsor her jump but are very glad for her safe return to the ground!

I often read marketing copy for Configure Price Quote (CPQ) solutions that summarises the many benefits that they can bring to an organisation. I’ll generally read something like “Sell Faster”, “Eliminate Errors”, “Close Deals Quickly” or “Improve Margins”. We’re guilty of it too – the headline of this website reads “Sell more, Sell Faster with […]

Walpole Partnership announced today that it has secured the rights to sell licenses for Oracle CPQ Cloud.

We’re very excited to be working on a new project in France, helping another 1Bn company in the industrial sector reap the many benefits of Oracle CPQ Cloud.

We recently spent a very enlightening morning at the Oracle office in Utrecht, Netherlands where our team helped to deliver a workshop on the latest applied thinking in the Customer Experience (CX) space – Goodwill Differentiated Services (GDS).

In light of the recent WannaCry ransomware hack, it’s worth considering how we can preserve valuable data and protect our often mission-critical processes relating to pricing and deal construction. For an organisation that trades daily, or works on deals, quotes and orders daily, a system lock out can be disastrous – repercussions can range from […]

As organisations grow, inevitably systems and processes are needed to keep things efficient and to scale up. In some companies, organisational growth can be slow and progressive over many years with processes evolving naturally, which can result in the development of good, steady systems. In other companies the rate of growth is far higher, fuelled […]