SalesTechStar’s Top 10 News For The Week
These are the Top 10 News that SalesTechStar readers checked out between Nov 9 and Nov 15.
Billtrust, the leader in B2B order-to-cash solutions, announced a new, enhanced Credit Application offering enterprise and mid-market customers more time-saving automation, flexibility and faster approvals.
One of the leading companies in Predictive Analytics and Lead Generation in the real estate sector, offrs.com (offrs), recently announced the launch of its AI-powered app marketplace.
Digital service providers are transforming their monetization systems to prepare for the upcoming demands of 5G and future digital services. Oracle Communications’ new cloud native deployment option for Billing and Revenue Management (BRM) addresses these demands by combining the features and extensibility of a proven, convergent charging system with the efficiency of cloud and DevOps agility.
Velocity Sellers, the industry-leading Amazon and online marketplace management service for reputable brands, announces its Commission-Based Performance Program.
SAP SE and Accenture announced they are co-innovating and co-developing the new SAP Cloud for Utilities solution to help companies more effectively manage business processes and customer experiences.
Salesforce, the global leader in CRM, announced that Salesforce Ventures, the company’s global corporate investment group, has launched a new $50 million Consultant Trailblazer Fund.
Among the half (49%) of the US population that plans to shop during Black Friday Week (Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday), 82% of those shoppers plan to buy tech devices and accessories, ranging from wireless earbuds to streaming service subscriptions, according to new data released today by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).
Kyvos Insights, a leading cloud and big data analytics company, announced that Tableau Software released a native connector to its self-service analytics solution with Tableau 2019.4.
Overall US customer satisfaction declines for a fourth consecutive quarter, falling 0.9% to a score of 75.7 (on a scale of 0 to 100) on the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI). While the previous drops were modest, that is no longer the case. This quarter’s decline is equivalent to an annualized decrease of 3.6%.
A global study released by Accenture Interactive at the annual B2B Online conference highlights the urgency for B2B leaders to combine a human-centered approach to sales with investments in digital tools to improve the service experience for customers and achieve lasting growth.