Conga Launches TurboEngines for CPQ, Processes Complex Data Sets 10x Faster Than Standard Solutions
Advanced microservices are driving enhanced performance across the sales organization for companies with complex products
Conga, the leader in digital transformation for commercial operations, announced its release of TurboEngines for Apttus CPQ, its Configure Price Quote solution. TurboEngines significantly decreases the processing time for complex data, providing new or updated quotes 10x faster than standard solutions so the sales organization can respond to customers faster and win more deals in less time.
Companies that sell products with multiple configurations, thousands of SKUs and complex pricing rules often find that slow data processing times hinder efficiency and delay the delivery of updated quotes to their customers. This is especially true for the manufacturing and oil/gas industries, where enormous amounts of configurations and complex pricing rules increase data processing times exponentially. As a result, salespeople spend too much time waiting for quotes when they could be focused on closing deals.
Built on advanced microservices, TurboEngines removes the hurdles that slow down data processing so that organizations can work at the speed of their customers. TurboEngines enables salespeople to update complex quotes in near real-time, even while on a live call. The ability to send updated quotes in seconds can have a significant impact on the outcome of the deal, as 80% of B2B buyers and sellers believe that revenue opportunities can fluctuate as much as 20% positive or negative based on their buying experience*.
“Businesses using TurboEngines can expect to deliver quotes at unprecedented speeds, driving performance in the sales organization like never before,” says Koti Reddy, SVP and Head of R&D at Conga. “Our goal at Conga is to help organizations move at the speed of their customers. And with their customers expecting to receive quotes instantly, just imagine the benefits of delivering a quote minutes, hours, or even days faster than before.”