CIOReview, a leading print and digital magazine that bridges the gap between enterprise technology vendors & buyers, released their annual list of the top Professional Services Automation vendors recognizing WorkRails Services CPQ as a leader in the PSA category.
Their annual list is comprised of the top 10 companies that are at the forefront of providing Professional Services Automation solutions and transforming businesses.
Unlike traditional Professional Service Automation (PSA) tools that are limited to accelerating the delivery of services, WorkRails Services CPQ solves the complexity and confusion of services sales by automating the selling of professional services. As a result, using WorkRails to streamline the sale of professional services, details around timelines, resources, pricing and margin are identified earlier and more accurately accelerating the delivery of the sold professional services.
WorkRails: Streamlining the Selling of Professional Services
“WorkRails makes the process of buying and selling professional services as easy as shopping online. The New York-based company helps its clients streamline all aspects of the sales process through automation, enabling them to close deals faster, accelerate revenue, and reduce churn.
“We are all used to shopping online, searching for what we need, putting it into a shopping cart and checking out,” says Jamie Proctor, Co-Founder and CEO of WorkRails. “That’s what we accomplish with the selling of services.”
From creating compelling ecommerce-style sales catalogs to building Statements of Work, setting up guardrails, and drafting perfect quotes, WorkRails enhances the services configure, price, quote (CPQ) process, from start to finish…”
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WorkRails helps companies like Anthology, UiPath, PTC and Veeva accelerate revenue by digitally optimizing their professional services. Our platform simplifies the PS sales process via automation, allowing buyers and sellers to build custom service engagements in minutes, not weeks.