May 4, 2017 by Alex Cohen
Snap Performance Brings Unprecedented Application Speed to Enterprise Revenue Operations
SAN MATEO, CA – May 4, 2017 – Apttus, the category-defining Quote-to-Cash solution provider, today announced the general availability of Apttus Snap Performance at its fifth annual user conference, Apttus Accelerate 2017. Apttus Snap Performance is a new evolution of software and cloud platform improvements that increase the speed of Configure Price Quote operations by up to 90 percent. Operations that previously may have taken several seconds now take less than 300 milliseconds. This increase cements Apttus CPQ among the fastest and most effective enterprise offerings in the world.
Apttus Snap Performance provides Enterprise-level revenue operations lightning-speed application actions, no longer constrained by platform performance limitations, allowing users to create fast, accurate quoting. These new capabilities empower users of the Apttus Intelligent Cloud to gain a substantially better user experience.
Apttus Snap Performance leverages many forward-thinking innovations, resulting in application performance leadership. Apttus utilizes AngularJS to enable greater customer responsiveness and UI flexibility. This has now led to numerous functional improvements. For example, cart performance through Angular Grid UI now enables fast scrolling through enterprise-size carts, quick searching and pricing.
Apttus Snap Performance massively boosts performance of compute-intensive processing loads by intelligently distributing processing away from the CRM platform to deliver a 90% faster response.
In addition, a host of Apttus microservices enable capabilities ranging from rapid type-forward search to actionable business intelligence powered by machine learning.
These capabilities will be on full display at Accelerate 2017, where attendees can see first-hand the value created by the fastest CPQ and Quote-to-Cash operations in the world.
“Apttus Snap Performance was built from the ground up to create a smooth experience and immediate results for all of our customers. We’re working with the largest enterprises in the world to ensure their quoting, configuration, and pricing operations perform at the highest possible level,” said Kirk Krappe, Apttus CEO. “As the first and best name in Quote-to-Cash, it is our responsibility to drive the industry forward and this is the next step. Apttus Snap Performance will deliver unprecedented success to our customers.”
Apttus Accelerate 2017, the most comprehensive Quote-to-Cash and revenue cycle forum ever held, is taking place now, at San Francisco’s Pier 48 from May 2-4. Featuring tracks designed specifically for legal, IT, finance, CRM administration, and sales operation professionals, Accelerate 2017 attendance is essential for anyone with an interest in improving their organization’s mission-critical business processes. To follow along in the conversation, use the hashtag #AccelerateQTC. Additional details on recent product updates and much more can be found at Apttus.com.
Apttus, the category-defining Quote-to-Cash and Contract Life cycle Management technology company, drives the vital business process between a buyer’s interest and the realization of revenue. Utilizing a patented combination of SaaS-based applications, the Apttus Intelligent Cloud maximizes revenue and business outcomes for companies of all sizes, including 100 of the Fortune 500. Enhanced by Machine Learning and Max, an Intelligent Agent, Apttus applications include Configure Price Quote (CPQ), E-Commerce, Contract Management, Incentives Management, Renewals, Billing and Order Management. The Apttus Intelligent Cloud is powered by the world’s most trusted cloud platforms, including Salesforce and Microsoft Azure. Apttus is based in San Mateo, California, with additional offices located across the globe. For more information visit: apttus.com.
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