CPQ&A: Insight from Amanda Carrillo of RightRev

Dec 1, 2022 12:48:46 PM | Logik.io CPQ&A: Insight from Amanda Carrillo of RightRev

We asked: How can you ensure data quality in your QTC process? Amanda Carrillo, Sr Director of Solutions Consulting & Technology Evangelist at RightRev, answered.


Have you ever found yourself lost in a train of thought that brings you back to configure, price, quote solutions?

We have. 

And we’ve started to wonder just what others in our position are thinking about all things CPQ, digital advancement, and market disruption. There’s a lot to discuss, and even more insight to share, but not many platforms to do so.

That is – until now. 

We’re thrilled to announce our newest video series: Logik.io CPQ&A. In each episode, we’ll feature a leader in the world of CPQ and pick their brain on the topic of the week.

Amanda Carrillo, Senior Director of Solutions Consulting and Technology Evangelist at RightRev, dropped in for the first CPQ&A installation to chat with Blake Grubbs, our VP of Marketing and Business Development. 

Native to Salesforce in the same manner as our commerce logic engine, RightRev is an automated revenue recognition software system engineered to streamline quoting and accounting processes for sellers.

The inciting question was twofold: how can you ensure quality in the quote-to-cash process, and why does delivering a high-quality QTC experience matter? 

And in just 20 minutes, Carillo took us through her expert perspective to help us find the answers.

To find more of our free, on-demand webinars, Logik Talks, expert guides and demos, visit the Logik.io Resource Library at https://www.logik.io/resources.

Blake Grubbs

Written By: Blake Grubbs

Blake has successfully helped several high-growth tech startups build and scale marketing over the past 10 years. Held marketing leadership roles at Seismic, Drift, Alyce, and Simplr, all who successfully doubled and tripled ARR bookings during his tenure. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management from Boston University's Questrom School of Business.