Case Study

EasyPower

Simplus implemented Salesforce + CPQ to enable a full end-to-end modernization initiative.

At a Glance

Simplus automated EasyPower’s monthly billing process, translated its sales opps into software licenses in Salesforce, changed the code to be more variable driven, and integrated with Conga

Services Provided

Implementation Services | Salesforce CPQ, Conga

The Challenge

EasyPower needed a more flexible CPQ configuration that could accommodate a changing pricing structure and pricing model. Additionally, EasyPower had a very manual monthly billing process and experienced problems with consistent cash flow. EasyPower was also encountering too many human errors with its sales opps. Because of these pain points, EasyPower reached out to Simplus for a better solution.

Easy Power Case Study Challenge
Easy Power Case Study Challenge

EasyPower needed a more flexible CPQ configuration that could accommodate a changing pricing structure and pricing model. Additionally, EasyPower had a very manual monthly billing process and experienced problems with consistent cash flow. EasyPower was also encountering too many human errors with its sales opps. Because of these pain points, EasyPower reached out to Simplus for a better solution.

About EasyPower

EasyPower is a leader in software used by electrical engineers and consultants for power system design and management. Since 1984, EasyPower has been redefining how companies manage, design, and analyze their electrical power distribution.

Headquarters: Tualatin, Oregon
Industry: High Tech
Website: http://www.easypower.com

The Outcome

Easy Power Case Study Outcome

Simplus automated EasyPower’s monthly billing process, translated its sales opps into software licenses in Salesforce, changed the code to be more variable driven, and integrated with Conga. This has allowed EasyPower greater consistency with revenue.

“Excellent service above and beyond what was ever expected . . . Using an integration between Salesforce and Quickbooks, Simplus automated the invoicing of our annual software maintenance, along with the creation and configuration of our software licenses using a series of very complex rules.” – Stan Spencer, Director of Sales, EasyPower.