Autodesk Configure One

Autodesk Configure One

Configure One is a privately held e-catalog, configurator and CPQ (configure,price and quote) software company headquartered in Oak Brook, Illinois and also has a European operation in Harlow, Essex, U.K. Since 2000, it has been providing configure, price and quote solutions that specifically focus on the needs of manufacturing companies. It has enabled both large and small companies to increase revenues and decrease cost by automating the way they sell and process orders for configurable, multi-option,and customizable products.

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HQ Location
United States
Year Founded
2000
Employees
50
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