Were pleased to announce that Andy Pieroux, Managing Director of Walpole Partnership has been appointed as Digital CX Committee Member of the UK Oracle User Group (UKOUG).
If you want to learn what CPQ can do for your business, Walpole Partnership, Oracle and Enigen are joining forces to host a CPQ Cloud Breakfast Briefing in London on Wednesday 18th November.
The first European Oracle CPQ Cloud Breakfast Briefing kicked off in Paris last week on 28th September. Walpole Partnership and Accenture co-sponsored the event which was attended by a wide range of enterprise guests from across France. The guests heard about the benefits CPQ Cloud can bring to their business with real and practical examples. […]
Walpole Partnership today announced Walpole Fixed Scope Implementation Packages, an Oracle Accelerate solution for all industries. Walpole Partnership is an Oracle Accelerate solution provider and a Gold level member in Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN).
Weve been talking to many sales managers and business leaders lately and we realised theres a consistent set of mistakes that are made when people are trying to improve their sales quoting process. Weve condensed our findings into an easy to read summary. Click here to learn what we discovered, and our tips for how […]
Walpole Partnership today announced that it has been awarded its ISO27001 Information Security Certificate, in conjunction with QSL, ISO Quality Services Ltd. In so doing, Walpole Partnership is demonstrating their continued pursuit of excellence and commitment to establish themselves as a credible, reputable and ISO compliant organisation.
In parts One and Two of this 3-part series we posed the question of how CPQ design affects people in different business functions in different ways and we took a deeper look at some of the key communities who we must consider. Now lets take a look at the most valuable people, and then well […]
“Design must reflect the practical and aesthetic in business but above all good design must primarily serve people.” Thomas J. Watson
IT projects always include a design phase of a project. Why is it then that so many enterprise applications look like they were designed by someone intent on making their users lives as awkward as possible?