It’s no surprise sales reps get initially frustrated when they discover a competitor is being dishonest. Top performing reps (and companies) understand though that this sort of behavior is often a sign that the war (not just the battle) may already be over.
There is a dark secret in the world of identity resolution that most data platforms don’t like to talk about. It’s one of those things that has just enough truth in it to be legitimate, but only technically. The reality is, there is no such thing as a purely deterministic match when it comes to identity resolution.
The best technology products solve a very complex technical problem behind the scenes, but present the solution in a very simple experience that anyone can understand.
We’ve been on a bit of a serious kick here on the FullContact blog lately, discussing CRM, deep technology topics, and (of course) products to make your life easier. But today we’re going to take a break from that to address some things that you’re doing to yourself that are killing your daily productivity.
I like to say: “Startups are hard. Scaling a startup is even harder.”
Scaling equals more people. More people equals more complexity. More complexity equals more communication challenges, and when it comes to communication, nobody has figured out how to invent the Borg collective yet (but the folks over at Google are trying).
This isn’t just a LinkedIn problem. All of these platforms want you to communicate solely within them. It’s the balkanization of communication protocols, and it’s killing the Internet.
Bart was on Fox Business again recently, talking to Melissa Francis about money (and wearing a FullContact shirt, of course).
Our CEO Bart Lorang was interviewed today by Melissa Francis re: why many business owners are turning down government tax breaks.
Are you feeling overworked? You’re not alone… One CEO is offering his employees a $7,500 bonus for employees to take their vacations. Suzanne Malveaux finds out why.
FOX Business recently interviewed Bart Lorang, FullContact’s CEO, on our new address book app and our Paid, Paid Vacation policy.