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Pepperi sales suite available to Oracle customers

15/01/2016 by


It has been revealed that Pepperi has made its mobile sales suite available on the Oracle Cloud marketplace, meaning that all customers of this leading enterprise resource planning (ERP) firm can now download Pepperi’s software offerings and put them to immediate use.

Pepperi has concentrated on a variety of tools that help to streamline business operations and boost revenues as a result. With Pepperi for Oracle Sales Cloud now available in the Oracle marketplace, a host of consumers can get their hands on the technology regardless of whether they are subscribed to a platform-as-a-service (PaaS), software-as-a-service (SaaS), data-as-a-service (DaaS) or infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) model.

The software offers to specifically help those in the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry but there is also the potential for wholesalers and brands to utilise a variety of features to increase efficiency; for example, companies can reduce order fulfilment time, generate larger orders from their B2B buyers and boost field sales productivity.

Ofer Yourvexel, the Chief Executive Officer of Pepperi, said that regardless of organisational size, companies can realise the potential that cloud-based solutions and mobile, omni-channel e-commerce solutions are bringing to business. “Pepperi’s mobile solution fills a gap in the highly transactional business-to-business world of wholesale and distribution of consumer packaged goods. We are proud to offer integration with the tools our customers are using to help impact their bottom line positively. Through Oracle Sales Cloud, we can connect front-end business with back-office processes in Oracle’s enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management solutions,” he said.

Mr Yourvexel explained that Pepperi for Oracle Sales Cloud has a variety of additional functions that business can benefit from, including the potential to improve efficiencies for order taking. This is particularly true for companies moving from pen-to-paper ordering to a more digital and mobile-first automated sales procedure. Mr Yourvexel added that participating in the Oracle marketplace means Pepperi can extend its commitment to the community and the development of new, improved tools on a consistent basis.

Elsewhere, Oracle revealed in a statement that new automatic installation features for apps will allow customers to access business applications in a better and more seamless way. With the latest offering from Pepperi, it is hoped that both large organisations and small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will be able to make use of the tools in the coming months to hone their mobile techniques and grow revenues as a result.

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