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CPQ Software Promotion for Exact Macola Users 

Streamline How You Sell: Configure, Price, Quote with Powertrak CPQ

Exact Macola and Axonom have teamed up to deliver CPQ sales quoting, ordering, and product configuration solutions to manufacturers using Macola 10.

Axonom is offering Macola customers a special conference rate for all Evolve 2017 conference attendees implementing Powertrak CPQ to its Macola 10, Progression or ES platform.

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What is CPQ Software? A History, Definition, and Overview 

Posted by Michael Bauer 03/28/2017 Categories: 2D Product Configurator 3D Product Configurator CPQ Software Virtual Reality

The volume and complexity of brand offerings continue to grow in today’s evolving marketplace. Customer expectations regarding the speed and accuracy of sales quotes is also growing. Meeting these expectations requires a tool to make quoting efficient and effective for your sales teams.

CPQ software is the answer for a growing number of companies. But what is CPQ software and where can it be best leveraged?

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Novus CPQ Releases Visual and Virtual CPQ Report 

Novus CPQ Consulting, a Configure-Price-Quote (CPQ) Research and Consulting Firm, released a Research Report for visual and virtual CPQ Solutions. The report provides an in-depth overview of the current visual (2D / 3D) and virtual (Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality) CPQ market.

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Evaluation Questions to Ask CPQ and Product Configurator Vendors 

Top 12 CPQ Evaluation Questions

For those preparing to evaluate quoting and ordering solutions, the task may be daunting. Here is a list of the most important evaluation questions to ask Product Configurator and Configure-Price-Quote CPQ software providers.

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Understanding Attachment Points in a Visual Product Configurator 

The linchpin to a successful interactive, drag-and-drop, visual product configurator is its rules-based attachment point feature. In a nutshell, attachment points are acceptable locations where two products can connect or join together. Think of it as snapping together two LEGO pieces – peg must fit into hole. So, as you can imagine, when it comes to attaching two or more products together, accuracy and precision are paramount to the final design.

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