Go live in weeks, not years, with a modern, adaptive CPQ.
Create winning deals in 30 seconds or less.
Start using Subskribe with virtually no user training.
Subskribe scales seamlessly with your business, from startup to IPO.
Eliminate expensive headcount, integration, and maintenance costs.
Get key metrics like ACV, ARR, and TCV at your fingertips.
Give your reps the quoting superpowers they’ve always needed but never had. Subskribe makes complex quoting easy, empowering your sales team with the most advanced CPQ platform and the ability to create innovative deals that close in record time.
Craft multi-year ramp deals that maximize revenue while providing flexibility to customers.
Enable reps to create complex quotes in 30 seconds or less, without waiting for the deal desk.
Leverage versatile discounting, detailed deal metrics, and customizable terms to close more deals.
Subskribe enables you to go full throttle on deals with complex and transparent deal approval workflows that can be executed instantly. With Subskribe, time-sensitive deals won’t get stuck in approval limbo.
Design approval flows in seconds, based on deal size, discount offering, payment terms, and other conditions.
Subskribe enables sales reps to preview required approvals during quote creation and visually track progress in real-time.
Leverage Slack and email notifications to notify approvers of pending requests, and sales reps when deals move forward.
Say goodbye to creating complicated workarounds just to support the pricing you need. Subskribe’s product catalog natively supports any SaaS pricing model, so you can give your customers the deal they actually want.
Subskribe supports any combination of one-time, recurring, usage-based, AWS-like credits, and percent of total prices.
Optimize revenue by choosing between per unit, flat fee, volume, tier, block, and custom pricing models.
Leverage reseller capability to grow revenue by unlocking this lucrative channel.
Create complex quotes including ramp deals and amendments in 30 seconds or less.
Accelerate deal close by streamlining approvals with approval workflows, groups, previews, and notifications.
Drive the right incentives to craft winning deals with discounts at the order, product, and line levels.
Subkribe enables sales reps to easily quote upsells, cross-sells, and renewals. An order can be cloned in 1 click.
Easily customize order forms using master document templates, multiple predefined terms, custom terms, and branding. Export order forms in PDF or DOC.
Get key metrics like ACV, ARR, and TCV at your fingertips, both on individual deals as well as aggregated across the business.
Define billing cycles (e.g., yearly), payment terms (e.g., Net 30), PO number requirements, auto-renewals, and more.
Offer one-time, recurring, and usage based charges. Price by volume, tier, block, and more.
Import accounts and opportunities from Salesforce, and update metrics in CRM on deal close.
Easily import accounts and opportunities and automatically sync back metrics on deal close.
Easily import customers and deals and automatically sync back metrics on deal close.
Send quotes out for signature in 1 click with receiver details filled in automatically.
Accelerate deal close with Slack notifications for quote approval, deal close, and more.
If you’re a growing SaaS company, your pricing model is likely to be straightforward for SMB customers (e.g., $100 a month) but more sophisticated for larger enterprises. In today’s world, however, CPQ in action is much more complex with a number of variables to consider, especially as it relates to products and technology.
The art of the sales deal goes through many paths, and one of those is the ramp deal. For SaaS businesses, ramp deals used strategically can maximize growth rather than leaving huge amounts of revenue on the table. However, as we well know, SaaS pricing is a pretty complex subject, and throwing in multi-year ramp contracts and discounting only further adds to the complexity. So, should you offer them? Well, like many things in life, it depends.
We come across companies struggling with a Salesforce CPQ implementation almost on a weekly basis. This includes companies large and small: from $10M ARR to businesses generating billions of dollars in revenue. Given all the struggles with owning and using Salesforce CPQ, you’d wonder why companies would even consider buying Salesforce CPQ in the first place.