Last week, DecisionLink attended Automate, the most powerful display of automation in North America, held at the Huntington Place Convention Center in Detroit, Michigan. With over 500 exhibitors and thousands of attendees, it’s the best place to discover powerful solutions—from innovations in AI and robotics to tried-and-true workhorse technologies—that will solve your unique challenges and propel you forward.
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This pandemic has dramatically transformed the way we do business around the world. There are changes that are short-term in nature and others that will be with us for a long time as part of the new normal. The crisis has challenged fragile supply chains, complex organizational structures, and the selling operating model across many sectors. Although the worst might be behind us, CROs must redesign their go-to-market strategies to adapt to the new normal and continue to grow. And one of their redesign priorities to integrate customer value management (CVM) in their practice, in their process,...
At DecisionLink, we want to empower women to achieve more than what’s expected of us based on outdated stereotypes. In the second of our three-part webinar series about women in cybersecurity and technology, we talked to a new panel of female leaders. They shared what they’ve learned across decades in the industry, offering advice for both organizations and individuals at all levels and of all genders. We touched on personal responsibility for privacy and security, the development of a more inclusive workforce, and strategies for succeeding in an ever-changing world.
While the ratio of women in cybersecurity is steadily increasing—around 24% today compared to just 11% in 2011—it’s still far from achieving true gender inclusivity.1 In the first of a three-part webinar series, we talked to a panel of leading industry professionals with diverse backgrounds. They shared the key lessons they’ve learned working in cybersecurity and tech. Their insights are important not only for women seeking to enter cybersecurity and tech, but also for companies wanting to develop, recruit, and retain women in the field. While a number of lessons can be extracted from their...
Outsourcing is a common method throughout business. It is something that helps companies complete the process of a sale. Companies will reach out to a third-party and delegate certain tasks. This allows sales teams to have flexibility when completing a sale. Businesses consider outsourcing for a number of reasons. Budget restraints, small teams, new markets, and task overload. Those are all things that companies have gone through while completing sales.
How have American-based SaaS companies responded in the “New Normal” Post-Pandemic? Lessons Learned to Prepare for the Future
COVID-19 has taken away our “normal” life that once was. Now, the world is trying to transition into the “new normal”, where the rate of technological advances has sped up tremendously, and where we as people think twice about social interactions and personal space. Having to almost fully change how business is done in the SaaS world is something that many companies within that space had to do. Figuring out how to market, effectively communicate, create new marketing strategies and looking at other companies to see how they have adapted as well. The key element for companies to fully...