A message from one of my sponsors, as it were...
I'm doing some work with Virtalis, a top class software company specialising in building very cool ways to visualise key processes for engineering companies.
Think digital twins on steroids; digital threads like hawsers; engineering cost savings in the millions; and dozens of new customers lining up to give you orders, all based upon this standout software and service.
The Virtalis sales team is off to strut their stuff at the world's largest engineering trade fair -- Hannover Messe -- from 1st to 5th April.
If you're in engineering, and you design and build big complex things, then popping over to Hall 6, stand L56 for 15 mins could transform the way you do business.
I'm not one for hyperbole, but I'd say that companies not using this tech by 2020 will be under significant existential threat from their competitors that do. So I really think it's worth your while saying hello to the gang.
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No sales meeting this Monday as it’s a public holiday here in the UK – which means that we’ll have to find a way of shoehorning that workload into conference calls while on the motorway tomorrow.
Which means I have a free choice of topic today. Tech related and life changing? With that title? Let me explain why I think that software might change the concept of beauty forever.
It started, as so many things do nowadays, on Facebook. I've spent a bit more time than usual there this weekend, and I’m starting to get frustrated by its algorithms that tell me what I want to see.
Methodical ramblings after twenty-five years in Sales, Marketing and SalesOps.