Oracle CloudWorld 2013 Sydney

Oracle CloudWorld wraps up in Sydney

Oracle CloudWorld 2013

With 800 people attending and others on a waiting lists, clients, partners and Oracle staff came together at The Sheraton on the Park in Sydney last Wednesday for a day of all things Oracle Cloud.

The team at CRMNow were proud to be a Gold sponsor at the event. We spoke to many people from a range of organisations and industries about the Cloud and their business challenges.

Social Media

Social Media was a very popular topic of conversation as was Social Marketing. The announcement last year of the acquisition of ELOQUA by Oracle was another hot topic. ELOQUA has long been seen as the rolls royce of digital marketing. We understand the plan is to bring this into the Fusion suite, the most likely outcome will be to include it as part of the Fusion Sales Cloud. We’ll keep you posted as we learn more.

Helping The Sales Team Sell More with Four Simple Questions Plus One

While many organisations have wrapped their head around sales force automation i.e. helping the sales team sell more, there is still an unbalanced focus on reporting and backward looking data. We firmly believe that the executive team can still obtain the reporting they need, while empowering the sales person to gain greater insight about their prospects and clients.

We’ve developed a sales methodology, “4SQ+1” (Four Simple Questions plus One) to help the sales person quickly and easily report their opportunity management but at the same time empower them to have greater insight into their current opportunities. This is a sales person focussed solution.

Click Here to learn more about how a process or methodology integrated with your CRM can deliver better results the business as a whole.

About Derek

Derek has worked in the Sales & Marketing Consulting and CRM industries for over 17 years. He's consulted to companies here and overseas helping them develop processes to support their lead generation, marketing and sales businesses. He sees CRM as an enabler and not a solution by and of itself. Implemented with users in mind and a clear view of defined processes, companies can derive great value from their CRM.

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