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Powering Sales Quotes, Orders, and Configurations in Microsoft Dynamics CRM

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Powertrak CPQ delivers tools for sales professionals to rapidly build accurate quotes and orders right from within their Microsoft Dynamics CRM interface.

In previous posts, I've detailed the benefits of a sales configurator, showed how to build a quote in Dynamics CRM, and also listed 10 reasons why customers select Powertrak to power its sales quoting and ordering.

Now, let's take a look at real-world metrics from a global software company using Powertrak to power its quote-to-order processes. Read the full story at the link below.

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HelpSystemsExperiences an 80% reduction in quote generation time with Powertrak CPQ

A global provider of systems and network management, security, and business intelligence software selected Axonom to replace homegrown system with Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Powertrak Configure-Price-Quote software to power sales configuration and quoting processes.

Phase one of the multi-phase project successfully went live with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and Powertrak CPQ. With Powertrak powering its quoting processes, internal sales professionals are creating quotes 500% faster than compared to its legacy system.

HelpSystems' goal is to streamline many of its B2B business functions, from all product divisions, into just one platform. With the integration of Powertrak's configure-price-quote solution, sales professionals from all divisions have the tools to rapidly build accurate quotes and orders right from within their Microsoft Dynamics CRM interface.

Evaluating a quote and order solution? Contact us to request a demonstration or chat with us online to discover what makes Powertrak different from other solutions on the market!

By Axonom, Global ISV for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

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