Leading provider of hiring solutions, smart selling, and cloud software Callidus Software announced Friday that a managing director of Accenture Sales & Customer Services, Jason Angelos, will deliver a keynote address at the Aria Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada. The address will take place at CallidusCloud’s annual customer conference C3 2013, which is currently scheduled to run May 5-7, 2013.
A contributor to “Selling Through Someone Else: How to Use Agile Sales Networks and Partners to Sell More,” Angelos will discuss the training needed for developing a flexible sales staff and organization. Some of his focuses include optimizing individual sales performance, training, and overall execution using the cloud. C3 will also feature a remarkable industry-leading lineup of speakers, sponsors, and industry experts.
“C3 is the destination Sales and Marketing event of the year and the largest of its kind focusing on the real issues facing businesses in the new economy, and will see an unprecedented gathering of the industry’s top thought leaders and practitioners,” stated Rory Cameron, Senior Vice President, Corporate Development and Alliances, CallidusCloud. “We are pleased to team with Accenture to help our customers take advantage of cloud and mobile technology in order to maximize sales and marketing effectiveness.”
CallidusCloud Connection’s conference C3 is the premier destination for bringing together industry analysts, innovators, and leaders to learn how to transform organizations with the latest cloud, social and mobile technologies.
Callidus Software enables organizations to push performance and productivity across their business with its hiring, learning, marketing, and selling clouds. Small businesses to large enterprises across multiple industries and channels rely on CallidusCloud for quicker hiring, simpler learning, better marketing, and smarter selling.
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