You can use business rules that will adjust the user interface to enhance the user experience. For example, if a sales rep is configuring a car and selects no roof rack option, then CPQ removes roof rack options from the user interface questions. This capability makes the configuring experience more intuitive.
In addition, the user interface can use any number of attributes in any way, order, layout, in any number of tabs, with any type of graphical element — such as radio button, dropdown, image, free input, validated input, list box, checkbox, or tab. So you don’t need to make your sales reps adapt to CPQ. Instead, CPQ will adapt to you.