Monthly Archives: September 2009

Aberdeen’s 2009 Sales Automation Report reveals conditions with important implications for firms looking to gain a sales productivity advantage via uses of technology. Their survey of over 200 firms reveals that: being a Best-in-Class firm using sales automation tools is … Continue reading

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Peter Nicholson, President of the Council of Canadian Academies, notes how profoundly we’ve become information rich: the costs/unit of capturing, storing, and transmitting data have declined 10 million fold since the early 1960′s. “It’s as if a house that cost … Continue reading

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