First Ever Artificial Intelligence Functionality for Mobile CRM Launched


Pipeliner announced the release of the first ever Artificial Intelligence functionality for Mobile CRM. Powered by Pipeliner's Voyager AI engine, the Pipeliner CRM Mobile App now provides instant intelligent updates, guidance and suggestions to the user helping them to stay on top of their sales while on the go. Leveraging Pipeliner's renowned visualization approach, Voyager AI is brought to life with color-coded icons, graphics, and charts to ensure that the user can instantly observe, comprehend and take action such as the Hot Now!feature that highlights which opportunities the salesperson should focus on. Some of the key features of Voyager AI on Pipeliner CRM Mobile include being able to instantly compare performance over a chosen period of time in terms of Productivity (e.g. These metrics can be viewed at the individual or team level.

8 Ways Big Data Will Impact Sales in 2017 - SalesPOP!


The fast development of advanced big data technologies has already revolutionized many business fields. Sales and marketing are definitely on the top of this list. The big data technologies help marketing and sales professionals to define product and service prices and manage their sales networks. In this article, we've shared some of the ways big data will impact our sales strategies in 2017. The research conducted by McKensey has discovered that more than 25% of business revenue comes from innovative pricing decisions.

Books on Nagasaki and Supreme Court win Lukas prizes

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Books on the bombing of Nagasaki and the Supreme Court case that legalized racial segregation have won prizes named for the late author and journalist J. Anthony Lukas. In a joint release given to The Associated Press, the Columbia Journalism School and the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University announced Wednesday that Susan Southard's "Nagasaki: Life After Nuclear War" had won the J. Anthony Lukas Book Prize, a 10,000 honor for a work of "political or social concern." The 30,000 Lukas award for best work-in-progress went to Steve Luxenberg for "Separate," about the Supreme Court's 1896 Plessy v. Ferguson ruling. The winner of the 10,000 Mark Lyndon History Prize was Nikolaus Wachsmann for "KL: A History of the Nazi Concentration Camps." This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.