Endowance Solutions Declares its Alliance with Apttus to Empower User Interface

By CIOReview | Tuesday, March 15, 2016
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FREMONT, CA: Endowance Solutions, a leading Salesforce implementation and integration partner, has joined hands with Apttus, the category-defining Quote-to-Cash software company.

Endowance Solutions is a business consulting team specialized in analyzing and optimizing key business processes using cutting edge technologies, with their focus on Business Process (re)-design, CRM, ERP and Business Intelligence implementations. On the other side, Apttus drives the vital business process between the buyer's interest in a purchase and the realization of revenue. Apttus is delivered on the Salesforce App Cloud, and the applications include Configure Price Quote (CPQ), Renewals, Contract Management and Revenue Management. Additionally, Apttus' patent pending X-Author technology enables Microsoft Office to be a user-interface with full interaction and control between Salesforce and Microsoft Office.

This alliance will benefit Endowance in bringing the power of the Salesforce platform to their Microsoft Office Suite by making Office a powerful and secure user interface for Salesforce. From X-Author for Excel to X-Author Chatter, the technology makes vital data visible between Office and Salesforce, fostering collaboration, enhancing productivity, increasing Salesforce user adoption, and improving data security and control across the enterprise

"We're excited about our partnership with Apttus and the X-Author solution set. It is a natural extension of Endowance's value proposition and to our mutual customers," said Rob Hienekamp, CEO of Endowance Solutions.

"Our partners are a critically valuable component of our implementation and we are thrilled to work with Endowance Solutions in a greater capacity," said Apttus chief executive officer, Kirk Krappe."In keeping with our tradition, we'll work directly with them to share the utility and fast, dynamic business opportunities created by X-Author with more businesses than ever."