The topic came up on a recent visit with one of our customers: how do you accelerate pipeline? How do you get deals in the hopper to close faster, more consistently? It was one of three primary, yearly goals for the team we were working with.
Though I plan to finish the series started a few weeks ago on startups, I thought it worthwhile to pause for a moment and write a post on legacies.
You have to make something people want. Seems obvious, right?
Last week I talked about the reasons I view Prolifiq as a startup and what type of mindset companies need to have in order to act and function like a startup.
Startups. The whole concept has always been entralling to me. Starting your own company, trying to make it in the world of business.
As a Cisco account manager here at Prolifiq, I am blessed with the opportunity to work alongside some of the brightest minds in the areas of networking and communication. While Cisco's stock has taken a beating in the last few months and massive layoffs are predicted by analysts, there's simply no denying that Cisco knows what it's talking about when it comes to networking. Despite increased competition from Juniper and HP, Cisco is still considered by many to be the premier thought-leader in their industry.
As the Dallas Mavericks celebrate their 2011 NBA Championship, LeBron James, Dwayne Wade, and the Miami Heat have been left aghast. The Heat, judged by many as one of the largest collections of talent in NBA history, lost to a team many figured would fall in the first round.
The world is still processing the tremendous and devastating power of the earthquake and ensuing tsunami that hit Japan last week. Thousands of people have had their lives changed forever in a matter of minutes. Many are happy to have survived with their lives.
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