Mobile sales software company, Pepperi, has made its Mobile Sales Suite available in the Oracle Cloud marketplace, enabling Oracle Cloud customers to use Pepperi’s sales suite to automate processes and increase revenues.
Oracle Cloud is a public Cloud that delivers enterprise-grade services at every level of the Cloud technology stack including Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), and Data-as-a-Service (DaaS).
Named Pepperi for Oracle Sales Cloud, it aims to offer added value to Oracle Cloud customers in the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry. The application also enables brands and wholesalers to help increase their field sales productivity, reduce order fulfillment time, and generate larger orders from B2B buyers.
Pepperi CEO, Ofer Yourvexel, said this news means companies ranging from SMBs up to the largest enterprises are realising that mobility, omni-channel e-commerce, and Cloud-based solutions are the new reality of 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.
Yourvexel claimed it can offer improved efficiencies as brands transition from pen-to-paper order-taking to mobile-first automated sales functionality.
“Our participation in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace further extends our commitment to the Oracle community and enables customers to reap the benefits of Pepperi for Oracle Sales Cloud,” Yourvexel mentioned.
Oracle said, in a statement, that its new automated application installation features will enable customers to easily deploy provider business applications from a centralised Cloud interface.
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