Webcom, Inc. Announces New Release of WebSource CPQ (Configuration, Pricing, Quotation & Proposal) Solution

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Webcom, Inc., a leader in simplified quote-to-order enablement for the selling of complex products and services, announced today the availability of Version 4.0 of its market leading WebSource CPQ (Configuration, Pricing, Quotation & Proposal) solution. With this latest version, enterprise customers can support enhanced collaboration, further reduce the cycle time for approvals and further address the unique requirements of individual members of their sales and distribution channels.

"We pride ourselves on being a client-driven organization and nimble enough to provide quick response. Coupled with a robust architecture, this allows our clients to upgrade easily, allowing our clients to seize opportunity," said Aleksandar Ivanovic, president of Webcom, Inc.

Based on client feedback and requests, WebSource CPQ V4.0 provides many key new features, including:
Advanced quote sharing and permissioning to enhance team selling and the collaboration process
Explicit and implicit approval process further reducing the quote-to-order cycle time
Event-driven triggers providing greater flexibility and efficiency
User-defined quote sorting and search capability
Enhanced rule writing simplifying the administrative process
Enhanced territory assignment capability
Ease of use features added to the Administrator module

"Webcoms on-going investment in product enhancements allows us to continually expand our deployment of WebSource CPQ within our organization," stated Curt Monhart, senior vice president, sales and marketing at Danfoss North America Motion Controls. "We continue to remove cycle time from our quote-to-order process, increasing both productivity and customer satisfaction."

"The significant engineering domain expertise of Webcom enables them to easily translate trends in the marketplace into useful software features their clients can leverage," commented Julie Fraser, principal at Industry Directions, a hands-on manufacturing and supply chain analyst and consulting firm.

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