The third and fourth videos in the joint series by EY and SalesChoice around Managing the Risks of AI are out now. Learn about Explainable AI and how to Be AI Ready here.
March 27, 2018 | Toronto, ON – Accelerated interest in Artificial Intelligence (AI) means that individuals and businesses will need to understand the ethics, risks and impacts of what is being unleashed. SalesChoice and EY have come to together to discuss the hidden risks of AI and its impact on stakeholders in a new video series, “Managing the Risks of AI.” The series is led by Dr. Cindy Gordon, CEO of SalesChoice, and Cathy Cobey, Technology Risk Partner at EY Canada.
TORONTO: Canada-based SalesChoice and Israel-based Okapi have joined hands to bring the world’s first AI-based personal assistance platform for operational and sales excellence. The alliance provides every employee with a personalized pathway to success.
According to an IBM report, 90% of the world’s data was created in the past two years. The majority of organizations find themselves working for the data, instead of the data working for them. This is the reason Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the strongest technological wave in our lifetime.
Insights Success creates one of the best platforms for top leaders and executives to share their experiences and mantra of success which can help the young and dynamic bloodline of professionals to learn and deliver business needs for customers in order to become futuristic market leaders. The magazine has recognized Dr. Cindy Gordon as one of “The 30 Most Creative CEOs to Watch in 2017,” highlighting her as a visionary change agent in Making Sales a Science.
In today’s attention deficit deprived world, sales forecasting accuracy has increasingly become more complex and consequently higher error rates. According to Sirius Decisions, companies estimate on average that they spend 2.5 hours per week and managers 1.5 hours on forecasting. Yet, nearly 80% of sales organizations don’t forecast within 10% of where they eventually land. They often don’t anticipate missing targets or realize too late in the quarter to take action.
Dr. Cindy Gordon , CEO SalesChoice, spoke on May 5th at a local Mississauga Board of Trade and Microsoft Sponsored Event on Sales and Digital Marketing: Prospective Platform Technologies. She was joined by Jon Lombardo, Global Creative Strategist, Linked In, Rob Triggs, VP CRM Dynamics, Krista LaReviere, Co-Founder, CEO G-Shift, and Corby Simpson, a Digital Strategist. Details are at :http://web.mbot.com/events/Sales-Digital-Marketing-Prospecting-Platform-Technologies-376/details
We have been partnering on a new exciting book project led by CEO, Vishal Kumar Founder, of Analytics Week and Analytics Club which is one place, one network, one club to connect and empower us all to advance our knowledge and understanding of Big Data and Analytics on the rapidly emerging Predictive World.
SalesChoice CEO Dr. Cindy Gordon started on the topic of sales becoming a science by saying there’s a huge uptick in the market for sales forecasting and analytics.
“Analytics is the most effective factor in modern day sales,” she said.
TechCrunch offers up a detailed list of what is called “The Sales Stack”, actions supported by technologies for the entire sales funnel:
by Dr. Cindy Gordon, CEO & Founder, SalesChoice Inc.
An Excerpt from her new book: SalesPredictions:The Next Big Thing in Sales (Q1, 2013).
Shocking research from CSO Insights and Accenture (2013), confirms that nearly 50% of the Fortune 1000 are not realizing their sales quotas. Inaccurate forecasts continue to plague the industry, competitive pressures are at all time highs, CRM systems promise improvement practices and forecasting, yet over three decades, we still have abysmal sales quota attainment results.