Price Quote (CPQ) software is a term used in the business-to-business (B2B) industry to describe software systems that help sellers quote complex and configurable products.
Doug Clarida brings over 25 years of direct lending and advisory experience at middle market credit platforms to the Configure
2.0 is valve configuration software the way it should be: smarter, faster and easier," Harris said.
In this "How to get started with Configure
.IT" webinar, you'll learn:
For the left hand, I configure
a sphere for each finger.
Lower-cost SATA drives can also be used to configure
the array to support nearline data-protection applications.
Its Business Flow Accelerators are basically wizards that configure
a template for implementing proven business flows.
We will now create a password and configure
the administration settings for the wireless access point router.
The classic approach to SCADA systems is to select the individual components and apply engineering/technician time to configure
each component through the system.
Users can also configure
room lighting, audio and climate settings, as well as select playback sources, display devices and launch applications.
The "Cisco Cookbook" presents solutions to the configuration problems that most frequently challenge network engineers, including: --Configuring interfaces of many types, from serial to ATM and Frame Relay --Configuring all of the common IP routing protocols (RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, and BGP)--Configuring authentication--Configuring other services, including DHCP and NTP--Setting up backup links and using HSRP to configure
backup routers--Managing the router, including SNMP and other solutions--Using access lists to control the traffic through the router The Cookbook also includes a collection of sample routers and scripts that the authors have found useful in real-world networks.
"Previously, when a customer wanted to configure
a mold in CAD they would call customer service and work through them.
The product is a CRM solution designed to provide enterprise-level power and functionality while remaining easy to configure
and affordable, helping allow small to mid-sized businesses to manage their critical marketing, sales and customer support processes in the way their business requires.
The new product uses Keyware's centralised authentication server (CAS) technology to allow network administrators to configure
any or all computers on a WindowsNT/2000-based network to require users to sign on by fingerprint scan, face and/or voice verification.
But it later dumped them for the direct model that made the company famous and rich in the United States, in which customers call a toll-free number, select and configure
the PC and then have the system shipped to their home or business.