One powerful way to bridge the sales-marketing gap and breed success for the entire team is through the use of Competitive Intelligence (CI) tools. When you use the right CI tools, they can go a long way in helping your sales team diagnose, respond, and win in competitive sales situations.

Join us for real-world case studies that will show you how you can win at CI in 2020!

You'll learn:

  • What competitive research you can automate, and why to do so
  • How to create a more efficient library of competitive enablement content
  • Proven strategies to shorten seller onboarding and competitive knowledge

Want to learn even more and see what some actual competitive intelligence software looks like? Also check out A Demo of Kompyte's Platform.

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KEY DETAILS

  • Date: January 30, 2020
  • Length: 45 minutes
  • Presenter: Gabrielle Hartman
  • Sponsor: Kompyte
  • Element: Strategy
  • Topic: Marketing Strategy
  • Price: $0

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THIS SPONSORED WEBINAR FEATURES:

Gabrielle Hartman is the chief market analyst and director of sales at Kompyte, the first company that can track your competitors' messaging, product, pricing and promotion strategies. She's an active speaker and writer on topics of competitive intelligence.

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Kompyte is a competitive analytics platform that allows product marketing, growth marketing, and sales enablement professionals to stay on the pulse of their competitors by automating the repetitive parts of the research process and compiling all the findings into one, easy-to-analyze place.