A sneak peek at what we’re announcing today

As we mentioned last week, we’re at the Sales 2.0 Conference in California, which starts today. If you’re at the conference, we’d really love it if you stopped by our booth and checked out the panel our VP of Marketing, Rob Begg, is participating in called Beyond Social: Why Traditional Relationships Matter.

What we’re announcing is an industry first relationship capital platform &emdash; a way to measure and manage what may be your biggest untapped asset, your relationships.

With Introhive you get

  • More sales and less prospecting
  • Account and resource planning
  • Sales intelligence and collaboration
  • Pro-active ways to manage your customer’s success
  • and better recruiting and reviews in your organization.

We’re really excited about the other participants in the panel with Rob including Gregg Ostrowski, Senior Director at Blackberry and Ben Doyle, Vice President of Sales Enablement at Enterasys.

Ben recently posted a video about his participation in the panel, and he also had the following to say about us:

“The relationships our employees have is one of our most important assets at Enterasys. Introhive will help us understand and uncover these relationships and change how we approach business development. With this platform we can tap into the vast network of relationships that our employees have, not only for warm introductions for sales, but also for account planning and intelligence. We think this will have a significant positive impact on sales cycle and ultimately revenue.” – Ben Doyle, Vice President of Sales Enablement, Enterasys

If you’re at the conference, please stop by the booth for an even more in depth look at the features we’ve built into this release of Introhive. If you’d like to meet up, drop Rob an email at rob@introhive.com. If you can’t make Sales 2.0, you can also request a free one on one demo.

Comments (2)

Very exciting stuff, Dan!!

Thanks, Christy. The team has worked really hard on this, and we’re thrilled to start getting some feedback today.

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