On this week in sales we’ll be looking at; RFP management, self service for Salesforce and how long it’ll take before Victor crashes his new bike.
Loopio and Seismic Launch Enhanced RFP Content Management Integration for Sales Teams
Loopio, the leader in RFP response software, has announced advanced updates to its unique-to-the-market integration with Seismic, the global leader in sales enablement. Together, Loopio and Seismic offer the only complete, end-to-end solution for sales content management, coaching and training, proactive content delivery, and sales proposal creation.
Zak Hemraj, CEO and Co-Founder of Loopio. “The events of the last 18 months have accelerated the pace of digital transformation. Many companies have increased their focus on modernizing their sales technology stacks— to gain additional efficiencies to better serve their customers.”
Salesforce introduces AI powered insights, sales enablement, and new self-service options
Salesforce has also introduced Subscription Management for Revenue Cloud.
“Companies are shifting to focus more on B2B buying and subscription management through self-service,” says Gavin Patterson CRO.
“Sales leaders need to be able to quickly launch new products and services across a variety of channels, from e-commerce shopfronts to in-app. Existing Revenue Cloud capabilities give businesses the agility to make buying processes faster and easier while accelerating new revenue streams and efficiency.”
“Now, with Subscription Management, companies can deliver a unified customer experience built on the Salesforce Customer 360 platform, empowering customers to manage subscriptions from any self-service channel on their own,” he says.
Built on the Salesforce Customer 360, Sales Cloud is a sales platform that aims to help companies drive growth. The company says the new Revenue Intelligence, Sales Enablement and Subscription Management features will help companies sell smarter and grow revenue faster. These innovations come on the heels of recent Slack-first Sales, giving reps the ability to collaborate on deals in real-time.
Denave launches its retail solution mascot – Dgenie
NOIDA, India, Sept. 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Denave, the global technology-powered sales enablement organisation, today unveiled its first-ever retail solutions mascot, named Dgenie.
Sunil Munshi, APAC CEO, Denave, said, “I’m extremely excited to introduce our new brand mascot to our clients. Our strong line-up of retail solutions needed a unique identity to articulate the commitment, rigor, prowess, and value that we offer.
Customer Data Platform Market worth $15.3 billion by 2026
According to a new market research report “Customer Data Platform market with COVID-19 Impact Analysis by Component, Application (Customer Retention and Engagement and Personalized Recommendation), Deployment Mode, Organization Size, Vertical, Capability, and Region – Global Forecast to 2026”, (Whew! Long title)
Various factors such as increasing spending on marketing and advertising activities by enterprises, and changing landscape of customer intelligence to drive market.