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November 30, 2010

Cameleon launches cloud CPQ for Salesforce for iPad, iPhone users

Automated quotation process for sales executives on the go

By CBR Staff Writer

Cameleon Software, a provider of product design, sales configuration, quotes and proposals (CPQ) software, said that it has moved into the mobile sales space with the announcement of its upcoming application, Cameleon cloud CPQ for Salesforce, for the iPad and iPhone.

Cameleon cloud CPQ for salesforce currently helps users to collaborate more efficiently by leveraging the opportunity module to automate the quotation processes.

The company claims iPad and iPhone will assist mobile workers and field sales representatives in their activities by enabling the use of Cameleon’s highly advanced guided selling and product configuration tool from anywhere.

Users will be able to evaluate the customer’s needs, configure a product, and provide a quote through Internet using their iPad.

All information will be securely saved to Salesforce automatically; so once the sales representative is back in the office he or she can edit it, create formal PDF quotes, or finalise it for the customer, the company said.

Cameleon Software CEO Jacques Soumeillan said users can now take advantage of their unique and innovative functionality from anywhere, which is going to be beneficial both for them and their customers and prospects.

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The Cameleon cloud CPQ for Salesforce CRM app on iPad will be available in summer 2011, the company said.

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