List of Australian Sales Enablement companies – vendors in Australia

Interest in sales enablement around the world visitors visits views by countryInterest in sales enablement around the world visitors visits views by country countriesGiven that Australia has always been in the top 6 countries in terms of visits to this blog and given that Sales Enablement leader Iris Chan from IBM activated the Sydney Australia chapter of the SALES ENABLEMENT SOCIETY @_sesociety, I would like to add a list of Australian Sales Enablement companies in addition to my global list. See below.

Starting in 2007, I actually worked together with Iris on Sales Enablement for Nortel‘s more than 4,000 sales people and saw her grow into a leader in this space.

The SALES ENABLEMENT SOCIETY sesociety.org is a global volunteer group of practitioners – lead by Scott Santucci – dedicated to the elevation of Sales Enablement as a profession & strategic function.

Join them on LinkedIn: linkedin.com/groups/8465729/profile

Sales Enablement Society

List of Australian Sales Enablement companies – last updated January 18, 2017:

Logenta –LinkedInThey work with with leaders across enterprise sales, advice, marketing, & compliance to optimise & automate data-driven client engagement, massively increase sales productivity, & provide invaluable sales intelligence. They are currently focussed on a digital platform called SalesPreso that is being used in Telstra, REA Group, MYOB & Australia Post to integrate with their CRM & other systems to dramatically improve productivity for their sales teams, relevance for their customers, & insights for their management teams. Logenta is a premier partner & investor in SalesPreso salespreso.com which integrates with CRM & other data sources to automate the delivery of highly interactive digital presentations. Customer-insights are delivered through an elegant story-telling experience; the story is managed & consistent; the story is automatically relevant; the story is tracked & measured. Cremorne VIC 3121, Australia

MING Labs minglabs.com @minglabs User Experience Design company: Design & Development for mobile responsive websites or mobile apps. Also Portfolio & Marketing Consulting. The team was behind the user interface of BizSphere & Combionic’s slide library. Full disclosure: I’ve worked here. Berlin, Munich, NYC, Toronto, Singapore & Shanghai based, as well as having one of their design leaders starting a Sydney Australia office.

Peter Strohkorb Consulting peterstrohkorbconsulting.com @pstrohkorb International, Sales & Marketing Collaboration, Customer Centricity & Experience, Sales Enablement, Author, Speaker, Mentor

ShineCX Pty. Ltd. Sales & marketing enablement + automation. Bringing a Sales Enablement software platform to market (some focus on APAC). SHINE CX PTY LTD was incorporated on 2015-05-07. Brisbane, Australia. At least for Australia they seem to be partnering with RISEcx. [Together?] developed a platform that leverages the convergence of education, sales & marketing. Currently connecting to Salesforce Healthcloud to be Healthcloud’s first integration partner as they enter the field of Patient Engagement. RISEcx used to be SpinRiot spinriot.com founded in 2012, Portland, Oregon now branded as RISEcx risecx.com A scalable way to deliver adaptive content strategies to support unique customer experiences. Cloud based collaboration platform, easy to deploy, easy to learn, easy to use. Your brand powered by data driven marketing so you can see what’s working. Seamless interactive presentation created from your existing assets (video, PDF, PowerPoint, images, YouTube).

Competing with email

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Follow-up to my post What is the Sales Enablement market size and how hot is it? that has my constantly updated public spread sheet of vendors I’m aware of & definitions of Sales Enablement I subscribe to:

Out of 4 vendors Scott Santucci talked about in CRM magazine’s article ‘Sales Enablement Tools’ in 2010, …

“[…] Santucci says each of the relevant vendors — including BizSphere, iCentera, Kadient, & Savo Group — cater to slightly different problems. […]”

…only one still operates under the same name in 2015.

Besides the ever increasing number of new market entrants, what Sales Enablement vendors are really competing with and will be for the foreseeable future is email!

A recent whitepaper with data from an August 2015 survey by Highspot and Heinz Marketing says

“More than 70% of respondents rely on email to distribute content to their sales organization.”

It might seem logical to expect the importance of email to decline as baby boomers are retiring and millennials advance in the workforce.

However, the October 2015 IBV Millennial Survey ‘How Millennials are reshaping B2B marketing‘ by the IBM Institute for Business Value suggests a distinct preference for email amongst millennials. [This was for engaging with b2b vendors after the sales cycle has started, but in terms of the type of activity and state of mind it could be compared to receiving content from your own marketing / sales enablement organization.]

Source: IBV Millennial survey. ©2015 IBM Corporation
Source: IBV Millennial survey. ©2015 IBM Corporation

 

For sales enablement teams that means that for their most important task – as per the whitepaper with data from an August 2015 survey by Highspot and Heinz Marketing – “Making sure sales team can find content” they have to focus on ways to make that happen via email or deeply integrated with email.
whitepaper

Source: whitepaper with data from an August 2015 survey by Highspot & Heinz Marketing

Guru Chrome web extension for Internal Knowledge Sharing

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On Sep 1, 2015  (@jordanrcrook) over at Techcrunch wrote a post on Guru (which I will be adding to my list and spread sheet of Sales Enablement solutions):
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What is the Sales Enablement market size and how hot is it?

Here my follow up post to this post below.

I published a public spread sheet to show how I come up with the count of 149 Sales Enablement vendors and I will continue to update it.

From the stats/analytics (search phrases) of this blog and emails/comments I receive, it’s obvious that many of us are trying to figure out the size of the Sales Enablement market.

Despite ‘Social for Sales’ still being on the ‘peak of inflated expectations’ on the Gartner Hype Cycle for Sales CRM 2014, ‘Sales Content Management’ already made it to the ‘slope of Enlightenment’.

Sales Content Management

Gartner clients can read the full report, Hype Cycle for Sales CRM, 2014.

That the interest in ‘Sales Enablement’ has been increasing is obvious when using Google Trends.

Google Trends: Interest in Sales Enablement

As of August 2015, LinkedIn has 3,233 users with Sales Enablement in their current job title. I will look this up in a year from now to look for growth. Given that at least 116 companies are trying to become profitable in this market, it’s helpful to look at how many people are actually searching / interested in Sales Enablement.

Here what the Google Adwords tools can tell us about how many people search related phrases

  • in an average month
  • worldwide
  • across all languages
  • Google and search partners

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In the same Google tool (looking at ad groups) a comparison confirms that the Sales Enablement market is actually not as hot.

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In case you were wondering where people with an interest in Sales Enablement live, here the views to my blog in 2014 by country:

Sales Enablement interest by country

In case you were wondering how people find my blog (referrers), here stats for the year 2015 so far:
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Sales Enablement section in The Marketing Technology Landscape January 2015

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As I’m continuing to update my list of Sales Enablement vendors below, I found it interesting to see the Sales Enablement section in “The Marketing Technology Landscape, January 2015” by Scott Brinker/ChiefMartec.com:
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Full graphic: The Marketing Technology Landscape, January 2015
Image Credit: Scott Brinker/ChiefMartec.com

Q4 2014 Sales Enablement market news and trends

As my list of Sales Enablement solutions has grown, I would like to take a look at some recent Sales Enablement market news and trends:
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List of Top Sales Enablement Tools 2014

On April 9, 2014 docurated.com published their list of Top Sales Enablement Tools.

It takes a slightly different approach than my own work in progress list and has some good details on each vendor.

I’m happy to see that BizSphere (a company I used to work with and a product that was designed by the team at MING Labs I currently work with) made docurated‘s list.