The Sales superpowers to increase engagement using the right tech

Presented by

Chris Trapp, Head of Sales, Kurtosys Systems & Jim Goundry, Head of Sales, IHS Markit

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Technology innovation continues to change sales organizations at a rapid pace, effectively gifting your reps and managers with superpowers. For asset managers – utilising the right sales and, content automation is critical. In our up and coming webinar, we will be discussing the problems asset managers face and how to overcome those problems. 1. The urgency to streamline processes, cut costs and create brand differentiation. 2. Making strategic investments in sales enablement and content automation technology. 3. Create efficiencies, scale sales and marketing processes. 4. Reduce risks and increase AUM. 5. Discover new ways of keeping your products and investment ideas "top of mind". 6. Finding a new and innovative approach to providing clients with important data and timely updates. Attend the webinar to learn about the technology that will help increase your sales and customer engagement.
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Kurtosys empowers financial services firms to create powerful investor experiences and lasting customer relationships through efficient automation of key sales, marketing and customer service processes. The company provides an end-to-end digital experience platform (DXP) that enables firms to create, manage, publish and optimize all their financial data, documents, websites and content in a secure, compliant environment. As a result, it is trusted by the world’s leading investment brands to mitigate their risks and reduce their costs while providing the agility to ensure they are first to market. Kurtosys solutions include secure websites and portals, interactive data tools and apps, automated sales presentations, marketing collateral and reporting and document libraries.   Kurtosys infrastructure and technology is underpinned by global ISO-27001 certification in information security management, and Kurtosys teams have a deep understanding of working at scale with data, information design, industry regulations and compliance issues. Founded in 2002, Kurtosys was funded from Silicon Valley investment and operates across three global offices, employing over 200 people. The company works with some of the world’s largest financial brands, including banks, wealth managers, mutual fund providers and alternative investments.