5 Reasons Why Constraint-Based CPQ is the Best Choice

Don’t Constrain Your CPQ Project with Business Rules

Many companies have adopted CPQ tools to manage large product portfolios with complex, configurable products. But relatively few people realize that many CPQ tools are built on inefficient business rules-based code.

A rules-based CPQ tool has serious drawbacks compared to constraint-based CPQ. Making the wrong choice could result in ongoing cost and performance issues that can compound over time.

Read this tip sheet to learn why constraint-based CPQ is the better way to maximize performance and scalability.

About PROS

PROS Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: PRO) is a revenue and profit realization company that helps B2B and B2C customers realize their potential through the blend of simplicity and data science. PROS offers cloud solutions to help accelerate sales, formulate winning pricing strategies and align product, demand and availability. PROS revenue and profit realization solutions are designed to allow customers to experience meaningful revenue growth, sustained profitability and modernized business processes. To learn more, visit pros.com.

Download the Tip Sheet

5 Reasons Why Constraint-Based CPQ is the Best Choice