Data and knowledge loss are one of the most significant challenges for any large B2B company. If you are reading this you probably already know the pain and misery that these issues can cause. Although modern companies continue to become more digitally connected, they are constantly bleeding knowledge as their teams turnover and data continues to get “dirtier” as CRM systems and other databases grow.
I’m just going to put this out there – and it won’t be the last time in this blog that I do – SharePoint is not the same as sales enablement. SharePoint is great at what it does, but it has limitations that affect the productivity and effectiveness of the marketing and sales teams
With many life sciences companies facing an excess of challenges in the post-COVID world, organizations are looking for solutions to fight their way back into the game. For the biotech and life science industry, this means paying attention to the latest marketing trends to remain relevant to clients.
A Beginner’s Guide to Sales Enablement
Sales enablement is a powerful concept that helps drive sales success. However, many industrial B2B businesses that are trying to understand the concept are left wondering - "what is sales enablement"?
The rapid expansion of IoT and Industry 4.0 Solutions has created exciting opportunities for B2B companies to develop nontraditional business models that address new and previously untouched markets. Although this paradigm shift presents many great opportunities for growth, sales and marketing leaders are experiencing significant challenges in implementing strategies to effectively drive the sale of IoT-based solutions.
According to a 2018 Salesforce study, 80% of business buyers and consumers find the experience a firm delivers is as vital as its products and services.