How AI will increase sales productivity [Infographic]

According to Cirrus Insight, the average sales rep spends only two days per week selling and interacting with customers. How many more deals could a salesperson close with twice the time for selling activities? In the next several years, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) may help us answer that question. We’ll soon live in a world where machines can accurately predict which deals are most likely to close, how long they’ll take to close, and what actions to take at each step of the buyer’s journey.

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Bring your work together with the DBX Platform

 

The rise of new productivity tools has changed how people collaborate, but at the cost of reduced transparency and lost time. Whether you’re creating, distributing, or retrieving content, you need a unified home that brings it all together in one place. That’s why we built the new DBX Platform to be the connective tissue for teams and businesses of all sizes. It enables teams to collaborate easily with industry-standard security—even when work spans across tools, apps, devices, and operating systems. Today, we’re introducing a unified suite of APIs and tools, and announcing new integrations with Atlassian,

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Klipsch fine-tunes product development and distribution with Dropbox

There’s sound, and then there’s…sound. Klipsch makes speakers and headphones that deliver the latter. Paul W. Klipsch founded the company in 1946, and his legacy lives on among audiophiles and people who aren’t satisfied with standard TV speakers or headphones that come with your phone. Using patented horn loaded technology, Klipsch delivers high-clarity, low-distortion audio for their customers’ favorite music and entertainment. And Dropbox is key to ensuring Klipsch’s teams stay in rhythm.

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iQmetrix rethinks retail with Dropbox

What does the store of the future look like? That’s the question that iQmetrix tried to answer earlier this year at the National Retail Federation’s annual convention in New York City. Using refurbished shipping containers, the Vancouver-based retail software company created an experience in which customers could use virtual reality technology to test out surfboards or customize their own car.

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