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Pipelinersales Contracts Award-Winning Author Aaron Ross
Pipelinersales Contracts Award-Winning Author Aaron Ross

 
October 4, 2013 3:30PM
Pipelinersales Contracts Award Winning Author Aaron Ross
 



Pipelinersales Inc., creators of Pipeliner next generation sales CRM software, announced that they have contracted award winning author of "Predictable Revenue", Aaron Ross, to assist in their expansion efforts.

This connection ties in with the company's focus on providing salespeople with tools and education to help them sell smarter. Pipeliner realizes the importance of advanced sales training and is not only in development of extending that out to their client base, but also internally to their own sales force.

"We are excited to work with Aaron Ross to extend our objective of empowering salespeople to our own sales force. Bringing a veteran professional of this nature will facilitate a faster rate of growth enabling us to assist salespeople with our vision on a much broader scale" stated Pipelinersales CEO, Nikolaus Kimla.

In his book Predictable Revenue, Aaron Ross debunks the number one misconception that increasing ones sales force is what grows revenue. He assists sales teams in creating predictable lead generation and sales pipeline, and thus turning out more predicable revenue. Predictable Revenue helps to eliminate -- lead generation -- as a bottleneck to growth rate by showing companies how to build a lead generation system that generates a reliable flow of qualified leads month after month, year after year.

"We are thrilled to assist the Pipeliner sales force in their predictable revenue efforts. It is refreshing to work with a company who shares similar values towards empowering salespeople and I look forward to helping Pipeliner realize their expansion goals," said Aaron Ross.

This new contract comes soon after the release of a major update of Pipeliner CRM software. The new release contains new functionality such as Timeframe to increase sales velocity and numerous new marketing integrations to give salespeople a powerful tool to empower them to be the entrepreneurs that they are. Pipelinersales is not only here to give salespeople an exceptional tool, but training and education to help them sell smarter.

For more information on Pipeliner sales CRM software please visit: http://www.pipelinersales.com.

About Nikolaus Kimla

Nikolaus Kimla is the founder and managing partner of Pipelinersales, Inc. and the creator of Pipeliner. Kimla is also the initiator of the independent economic platform GO AHEAD! which is based on the principles of free market economy. He is the author of Salespeople Embracing It All, The IT Revolution and Empty Coffers--New Burdens. For more information on Nikolaus Kimla: http://www.nikolauskimla.com. (continued...)

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