The main sentiment heard in our conversations with other show attendees and in presentations from the leaders in the space is that the only reason they are still around is because of their customer. There is a need to focus on delivering them the value and experiences that they desire. This notion of B2B2C is becoming mainstream because no matter who you’re selling to, there’s always a customer at the end of the process.
Last week we joined 9,000 Salesforce customers, partners and prospects at the NYC stop of the World Tour. It was our first World Tour event so we wanted to capture our 3 key takeaways as a newcomer and as a Salesforce ISV partner.
Our team had a brilliant time in London earlier this week presenting at the Salesforce CPQ Quarterly Business Review. It was an awesome experience to meet with the EMEA team and discuss their evolving market, plus learn about other partners like SpringCM and 4C. Salesforce knows that this is how strong partnerships are forged.
We want to congratulate Hugo Harris from 4C who won our iPhone X raffle at this year’s Dreamforce. Our team delivered the prize in person at their offices in London earlier this week.
Topics: Dreamforce 2017
- An intro of KBMax, core features and functionality
- The value of visual CPQ
- Our clean visual CPQ architecture and integrations
- KBMax - What is under the hood
- The Snap rules & workflow engine
- Complex configuration capabilities
- 3D visualization engine
- Principles of CAD automation
- How to build a configurator