Salesnet Australia In Search of New CRM Partners
August 08, 2008
Salesnet Australia has begun a global search for new CRM partners to meet the growing demand for technology to help organizations adapt to the demands of Sales 2.0.
While sales leaders and business owners prepare for the next evolution of selling and find ways to make their sales team a leading force in their space, the company has launched a massive hunt for new CRM partners.
"We've had a research project going for the past 3 months focused on identifying a number of emerging trends in SaaS and CRM technology," said Salesnet Managing Director Mark Parker. "This research has identified 3 or 4 concepts that we see as being really crucial for organizations that operate in a B2B sales world and who believe how they sell is a competitive advantage."
Salesnet is in the advanced stages of bringing together an eco-system of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products that support organizations that are focused on sales effectiveness. The company has over 6 years of experience in SaaS and on-demand CRM with customers across the Asia Pacific region.
"Whether you refer to it as Sales Effectiveness or 'Sales 2.0', central to how you embrace this is being able to leverage technology in new and better ways," said Craig Henshaw, Principal of Practical Impact, a sales transformation company in Australia, "and I think this is the bit that Salesnet has figured out."
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