We hosted a meetup for fellow sales automation geeks
Posted on 13 Jun 2018 by Lauri Hynynen
Earlier this week we hosted our first meetup for folks like us who geek out about sales automation and productivity. This was a result of realization over lunch a few weeks ago, that even though no one is talking about it, there’s actually a booming sales tech scene here in Helsinki. We have a lot of startups working in the field: Vainu, GetJenny, Leadfeeder, Lumoa, us, just to name a few. Also, on the demand side more and more companies are investing in tools and looking to hire entire teams tasked to maximize productivity of their sales people.
PrompterAI paid subscriptions
Posted on 04 Apr 2018 by Lauri Hynynen
Today we’re introducing paid subscriptions to PrompterAI and also sunsetting the current free beta. We’ve made a lot of progress since our initial announcement, and we’re incredibly grateful for our early users and all the feedback they’ve given. Thank you!
Sales AI – the practical approach
Posted on 28 Feb 2018 by Juho Hyytiäinen
It’s hard to miss the news and articles about artificial intelligence nowadays, whether it’s the Twitter battle between Musk and Zuckerberg or the 100-0 score in Go against a human.
What is Sales Productivity and why it matters?
Posted on 12 Dec 2017 by Juho Hyytiäinen
If you’re working in sales or with customers, chances are you’ve heard about Sales Productivity or the related concept Sales Enablement. Both terms describe the challenges organisations face, brought on by the digitalisation of sales. Sales Productivity means the concept of achieving more meaningful output from sales related to amount of hours used – while Sales Enablement more generally describes both the means and ways for more effective, aligned use of company resources in sales
Posted on 15 Nov 2017 by Lauri Hynynen
After a couple of months hard work, some intense coding and many fantastic discussions with potential users, it’s time to “officially” unveil PrompterAI. Not that we would’ve been shy talking about what we’re doing, it’s just that we hadn’t had time to post much on the internet as we’ve been busy building the company.