Clari has just been recognized for the second year in a row, by G2 Crowd, the business software and services review platform.
This year, Clari placed on G2 Crowd’s Best Software Companies list for 2018.
Clari Earns High Performance Award in G2 Crowd’s Fall 2017 Sales Intelligence Grid
In the NFL, the playbook is sacred. You need an offensive strategy, a game plan, a design for every move. The same goes for sales. What does your current playbook look like? Could it use an update. We want to help you build it. That’s why we’re hosting EXCEED, an exclusive, first-of-its-kind event for sales operations and sales enablement, on May 4-5 at Levi’s Stadium.
Any day I get to talk about new customers is a good day. When those customers are category leaders like Palo Alto Networks, Gigamon, Opower, and Digital Guardian, it's even better.
On the Clari Customer Success team, we support and participate in dozens of quarterly business reviews (QBRs) with a wide variety of impressive sales leaders. And since “success” is right there in our name, we’d like everyone’s QBR to be as effective as the best QBRs.
I’m incredibly excited to welcome Medallia to the Clari family. If you haven’t already come across Medallia, they’re the global leader in helping companies capture and interpret customer feedback — all to improve the customer experience. It’s powerful stuff driving their growth to over 700 employees and a total investment of $255 million.
We’re thrilled to announce Clari is hosting EXCEED, the first event dedicated to Sales Ops, on May 4-5 at the home of Super Bowl 50, Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.
The New Year is always an exciting time for Clari marketing — creating new campaigns, locking in quarterly plans, and this year, an all-new website. We often say “we’re inspired by sales teams,” and we mean it. Like you, we worked right through the holidays to ensure the successful launch of our new site, and I couldn’t be more proud of our team.
This is a different kind of 2015 lookback. One year ago, Clari was a bouncing baby 2½ year old. We had our initial product, the greatest handful of early customers anyone could want, investors who had just filled our bank account with $20 million of trust, and an incredible sales-savvy, data-science wielding, customer-success obsessive, fun-loving team.
A year later, our product is exactly where I hoped, yet almost unrecognizable. How is that possible?
Enterprise software onboarding. Three words that'll put you to sleep faster than an Ambien and a warm glass of milk.