Earlier this week and During the Famous Inbound 2020, HubSpot (if some of you do not know them) a Global Leading Cloud Growth Platform (CRM/Sales/Marketing /Ticking/CMS) platform, introduced a brand-new set of game changing features that set it in direct competition with big names like SAP and Salesforce, allowing it to grow its target market to include mid-sized companies.
If you’re new to the concept of Digital Transformation, you might (rightfully) ask yourself what it entails. Here at Flawless Inbound, we have a goal of helping 500+ B2B companies rise above the noise with Digital Transformation by 2022 – and that journey starts with understanding what it is and how it differs from Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).
Most of the changes brought upon us by COVID were overwhelming in the not so good way: almost overnight, the whole world was forced into lockdown in an effort to prevent the spreading of the novel corona virus. From one day to another, nothing was the same – not even marketing. In this blog post, I’m sharing some observations on the past half a year from my point of view as a Marketing Technologist. Enjoy the read!
At Flawless Inbound, we know that we always have to disrupt ourselves and sometimes reach for the stars in the furthest corners of the universe to bring innovation to our clients. As part of this constant reinvention, we have been looking for strategic tech vendors to partner with, and we have found our perfect match in none other than the world’s #1 cloud-based ERP platform, Oracle NetSuite.
When was the last time any of you had a normal sale? I imagine that for many of you the answer is pre-March 2020. Hitting sales targets is never easy – but it has been even more challenging in 2020.
When was the last time you actually paid attention to what you're reading – the words, the meaning, what's written between the lines? We're so enveloped in writing that we often take it for granted. Here's how I found new appreciation for great content. Buckle up and ride shot-gun with me on a road trip down Writer's Boulevard!