Some common options can be provided as parameters to Configure (e.g. thread support). See INSTALL. INSTALL also mentions:
=head2 Site-wide Policy settings
After Configure runs, it stores a number of common site-wide "policy"
answers (such as installation directories) in the Policy.sh file.
If you want to build perl on another system using the same policy
defaults, simply copy the Policy.sh file to the new system's perl
build directory, and Configure will use it. This will work even if
Policy.sh was generated for another version of Perl, or on a system
with a different architecture and/or operating system. However,
in such cases, you should review the contents of the file before
using it: for example, your new target may not keep its man pages
in the same place as the system on which the file was generated.
Alternatively, if you wish to change some or all of those policy
answers, you should
rm -f Policy.sh
to ensure that Configure doesn't re-use them.
Further information is in the Policy_sh.SH file itself.
If the generated Policy.sh file is unsuitable, you may freely edit
it to contain any valid shell commands. It will be run just after
the platform-specific hints files.
Does that help?