How many times do you contact a prospect in order to improve your sales performance? If you’re like 48% of the sales force, you only call a prospect once and give up. In this video, Andrew Bermudez, co-founder and CEO of Digsy AI, talks about the statistics behind the required number of contacts needed to improve your sales performance by 40x!
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Company Helps CRE Pros Improve Conversion of Prospects Into More Deals & Commissions
Fullerton, California: Digsy, the Southern California tech startup innovating commercial real estate has launched a new SaaS platform aimed at helping CRE & B2B sales teams improve the conversion of prospects into new clients to close more deals. The company currently touts users at big companies like CBRE, JLL, Cushman & Wakefield, Colliers International, NAI Capital, Sandler Sales Training and more.
Digsy AI is a sales development software platform specifically designed for commercial real estate. It helps broker teams convert prospects into new business by efficiently helping them implement best sales practices and improve sales performance. Digsy AI has been quietly sold to agents at large CRE brokerages and today brokers and teams anywhere can sign up for a free 14-day trial of the service from the Digsy Ai website. Digsy is funded by Gil Amelio (former CEO of Apple), Gordon Stephenson (board member with Zillow) and Sean Ellis (GrowthHackers.com and DropBox), K5 Ventures, Tech Coast Angels, early LoopNet executives and other angels.