Salesforce CPQ 201

Salesforce CPQ 201: The CRM Course You Need!

Salesforce has become the most popular CRM (Customer Relationship Management) system for enhancing strategy and results. Today’s hypercompetitive business environment demands that companies put their customers first. CRM  enables businesses to deliver more personalized experiences to customers and serve them more effectively. 

In every corner of the globe, the Salesforce CRM platform helps businesses identify and pursue new opportunities, manage customer data, and improve communications. In turn, they are better able to make smarter business decisions, leading to greater growth.

Salesforce for Businesses

Many businesses today are finding that traditional innovative solutions are insufficient to achieve their goals. Using Salesforce, they can create individualized services and solutions.

 CPQ 201 Course

P2L is pleased to announce its new CPQ-201 course will enable you to be successful with Salesforce CPQ.

The course is recommended for new  CPQ administrators and those taking over existing  CPQ implementations. System administrators who are responsible for setting up, configuring, and maintaining applications in organizations can benefit from this course. It will also benefit sales operations, IT managers, power users, and other users. In this course, you’ll start your journey towards being a Salesforce Certified CPQ Specialist.


It is helpful, but not essential, to be familiar with the  Classic interface and with custom fields & picklist values. A beginner’s trial is recommended for admin users.

Topics Covered:

Choosing Products

Rules for bundles and configurations

Discounts and pricing

Output generation of quotes

Process for awarding contracts

Collaboration, communication, and preparation for the future are enhanced by Salesforce. In a crowded, noisy business landscape, development increases the chances of success. Don’t miss out on this opportunity and enroll today with P2L!


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