It’s not long until the UKOUG Applications Journey to Cloud 2017, and Walpole Partnerships MD, Andy Pieroux, is delighted to be presenting one of the sessions at the event.
Does your Oracle CPQ system have integration that depends on Webmethods or Cast Iron? If it does, you may be aware that at the end of March, Oracle CPQ Cloud (BigMachines) will no longer be supporting the integration connectors for this middleware, so your system will fail to work properly very soon. But do not […]
At this time of year, many are preoccupied with relationships and how we interact with others. To some un-enlightened people, the world of Enterprise IT, and sales process automation may not have such a romantic appeal, however, at Walpole Partnership we beg to differ. We truly believe that Configure, Price and Quote (CPQ) software can […]
Are you interested in moving your business to the cloud? Are you keen to explore cloud-based technology and all that it has to offer before taking those initial steps?
The real growth in the Configure, Price, Quote (CPQ) market is in cloud-based solutions, and Oracle predicts that there will be three trends expected to influence the CPQ market in 2017. These key trends are likely to be heightened customer expectations, digital commerce disruption and mobile growth.
Now that the last of the turkey has been eaten, it’s time to turn our attention to what 2017 holds. Walpole Partnership had a really successful 2016 and we’ve made some resolutions for the coming year (which will definitely last longer than our healthy eating regimes.)
As 2016 draws to a close, it’s a great time to look back and reflect on the last twelve months. We’ve had a really positive year at Walpole Partnership, despite the political uncertainty that we’ve seen around the world.
In part one of this article we considered a little bit of the history of spreadsheets, some of the positives of using them, but also some of the challenges of using them for enterprise deal construction.
Nearly everyone I know loves Excel. For anyone involved in a pricing or finance team, spreadsheets are the de facto tool of choice. Since the launch of VisiCalc in 1979, the grid of rows and columns, formulas and their results have been the killer application for a generation of personal computer users in business.
Are your customers suffering from decision fatigue? Are you presenting them with too many product or service solutions?