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  • What is QTC in Salesforce?

  • Pooja

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    July 7, 2020 at 4:48 pm

    What is QTC in Salesforce?

  • Ratnesh

    Member
    July 8, 2020 at 6:04 am

    The quote-to-cash (QTC) process encompasses many sales, account management, order fulfillment, billing, and accounts receivables functions. It considers the steps taken as your sales team configures a quote and drafts a proposal for a client, through to when payment is received for services rendered.

  • Shweta

    Member
    July 8, 2020 at 3:04 pm

    Quote-to-Cash is the complete set of business processes involved in selling, from creating initial offers for prospects to collecting cash. Quote-to-Cash begins with Configure, Price, Quote (CPQ)—configuring the offer, developing the appropriate pricing, and creating the quote. It continues on through negotiations, invoicing, payment, and even renewals and renegotiations.

  • Pratiksha Dushing

    Member
    October 30, 2020 at 12:17 pm

    Quote-to-cash (QTC) is a breakthrough in the traditional sales cycle. It is a sales optimization process that integrates and automates various business processes in the sales cycle, including product/service configuration, quote creation, pricing, contracting, ordering, billing, etc. In a nutshell, QTC:Enhances customer experienceAutomatically suggests the best combination of products/servicesAutomatically applies discounts Ensures accurate billing Brings all the information onto one single platformGives 360-degree visibility to all business processes Creates fault-free transactions without any hassleStreamlines cash flow and predict revenueRead more about QTC here https://commercecx.com/all-you-need-to-know-about-quote-to-cash/

  • Marziya

    Member
    October 30, 2020 at 1:18 pm

    The quote-to-cash (QTC) process encompasses many sales, account management, order fulfillment, billing, and accounts receivables functions.

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