Leading CPQ software implementation company Quintadena Limited has recently announced it is broadening its business offering with the signing of a VAR partnership with the cloud-based CPQ software provide ITQuoter.
For Quintadena, who were recently awarded US quoting software provider Quotewerks Number One Worldwide Partner for the 14th consecutive year, this represents a significant development in their ambition to be a complete CPQ Consultancy.
Managing Director Paul Hodgetts outlined the reason for the change; “Quintadena continues to enjoy a very successful relationship with Quotewerks. Covid has really highlighted how customers are moving rapidly to cloud-based services and the name ITQuoter kept popping up in many conversations with our customers as they were seeking cloud-based CPQ software, so we investigated them. After looking at their software we realised they had something pretty special and discussions confirmed they are great people to do business with and so we made the mutual decision to represent them in the UK and Europe”.
“The addition of ITQuoter to our range enables Quintadena to expand our service to our customers, offering them a choice of products that are best suited to their needs. We think this is a great way to move our business forward into the next phase of becoming a CPQ consultancy utilising our core competencies and skill sets to better support a wide base of customer requirements”.
ITQuoter is relatively new to the UK market, establishing its presence in the UK in March last year however it has been in the industry since 1998. Established in Australia, the company has grown to become one of the most trusted in the market and boasts MSP clients of all sizes in 6 countries around the world.
Nick Paul, CEO of ITQuoter said: “we are thrilled to partner with a business with such an outstanding reputation as Quintadena. We have seen our business grow strongly in the UK, despite the challenges of Covid and our relationship with Quintadena will help us take the next step towards growing the UK and Europe market.”