The basics of business fundamentally stay the same, however it’s how you communicate, manage and your decisions that changes over time. With modern enhancements to technology you can stay one step ahead of your competitors with better decision-making, easier customer management and a faster sales process. Below are three key growth areas that you should consider
Yes, I know the title is bad. This is what happens when I look to Chris for inspiration. The cheese comes out in full force! Anyway, getting to the point of this post. The Cloud. A term that is mentioned a lot today, both in the business world and out of it. Drop it into casual conversation with your pals on a Saturday afternoon; you’ll sound like an IT whizzkid. I guarantee it.
When we founded sales-i, one of our underlying tenets was to deliver a new breed of sales intelligence services exclusively on a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model. Now many would see this as a no-brainer. After all, Gartner, as some of the most respected global analysts, had been forecasting stupendous growth in this deployment model for some years. The chickens are now definitely coming home to roost as more than 80% of organizations now consider SaaS as a low risk, pay as you go approach to buying software