Discover How to Create a Sales Productivity Machine

Screen Shot 2015-03-11 at 4.46.53 PMDo you want to create a sales productivity machine?

First-line sales managers and cutting-edge technology can make it happen.

At XANT, we believe in big data, and we believe in hiring and training great reps.

We know that syncing these two can unleash incredible selling power.

Last year we examined whether or not companies that invest in big data technology are actually any better off than those that don’t.

Our groundbreaking report — “The 2014 Sales Acceleration Technology Market Size Study” — provides insights about the real business value of sales acceleration technology.

The study found that companies currently spend $12.8 billion on sales acceleration technology, and dedicate an average of $2,280 to hiring and training each individual rep annually. Forecasts indicate that in coming years those numbers will grow to more than $30 billion on sales acceleration technology and $6,790 per rep annually.

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CEO’s and industry leaders must make sure they are getting the best return on their investment. The best way to do that is to build a sales culture that embraces technology and is inspired to win.

Learning how to create a culture that empowers sales managers to drive productivity and grow business, while embracing predictive and prescriptive technology is something every sales leader should strive to do.

And that’s why we’ve invited Elay Cohen to join our team today for a world-class webinar discussing how to motivate “Ramp to Revenue” sales teams and accelerate your success with breakthrough technology.

Want to join us for a more in-depth discussion? Register for the free 11 a.m. (PT) webinar here.

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