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SalesChoice November 2018 Newsletter

We often talk about helping close more deals. But with end of year approaching and your clients reconsidering their budget, it’s just as important to spare a year-end thought to reducing churn. Here’s a Whitepaper you can download from our library to address that issue.


 

The first Executive discussion over breakfast took place at Capgemini office in Toronto, discussing how to get started with AI. In case you missed it, here is the link to register for our next Executive Breakfast, which will look at AI for sales & marketing.


 

SalesChoice was recently featured as one of Hot 10 Beyond Powerful Big Data by BeyondExclamation magazine. Read more here to see what makes our technology so hot for leveraging data in your organization.


 

Are you stuck in the past when you can see the future? Zoltan Lorantffy, our Chief Growth Officer, shares why and how B2B sales must embrace AI guided selling before their competitors do, if they haven’t already. Read his blog here.


 

SalesChoice is one of only eight finalists in the SaaS North PitchFest being held in Ottawa this week. Read here to see who made the final list of other SaaS companies that you should be watching out for in Canada.

Stay tuned with progress and information in the world of Artificial Intelligence & B2B sales on our channel. Meanwhile, if you would like to address challenges facing your sales team to achieve your sales targets for 2018, do not hesitate to contact us for a discussion.

SalesChoice Inc. Selected as a Finalist for the SaaS North PitchFest Competition

November 27th, 2018 | Toronto, CA – SalesChoice Inc., one of over fifty organizations, was recently selected as a finalist for the SaaS North PitchFest Competition.

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SalesChoice Welcomes Mr Joe Deklic on its Board of Advisors

SalesChoice, a Cognitive Sciences AI-based sales analytics platform and Data Sciences Company, announces the appointment of Joe Deklic to its board of advisors, bringing it to a total of 10 members.

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Modernizing Sales in the 21st Century

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In many ways, sales forecasting has not really changed for centuries. Each sales person works a particular sales cycle based largely on their own intuition and experience.

While there have been advances in methodologies e.g solution selling and professional selling skills etc, the final judgement of whether a sale will occur has largely remain unchanged….the experiential judgement of the sales rep.

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