This is a big honor to be nominated as a finalist in the Meffy Awards! We are excited to be among some other great companies who have also made it to the top: App Annie, DocuSign, Microsoft Mobile, and SwiftKey just to name a few.
It’s a big event happening every year, accepting applications from startups around the world for different categories such as Big Data, Mobile Service, Social Responsibility, etc. Meffys had over 250 entries this year from 30 countries that applied for 13 different categories. There is an international independent judging panel made up of VCs, analysts, academics and journalists and only 5 companies are selected to move on into the final round from each category to be judged and awarded as the #1 in their category.
It’s one of the biggest “international awards for measuring success and rewarding innovation across the mobile ecosystem” and ONDiGO has been selected!
The winners for each category will be announced at a special gala event in San Franciso on November 19 as part of the MEF Global Forum 2014. Keep your fingers crossed! San Francisco….here we come! 🙂
With the age of computerised communication having taken the lead almost entirely, the power of face-to-face meetings has become heavily underestimated. Yet nothing can replace personal conversations, where the presence of an electronic middleman is eliminated. After all, sometimes it is the only way to convince your client about being a reliable business partner. Therefore, if your client continues to unceasingly reject your request to meet you in person, consider using a few of these tricks to successfully change their mind.
ONDiGO Mobile CRM now has a new app that allows you to sync directly to your Salesforce account!
Instead of having to update Salesforce manually, now you can use ONDiGO CRM to update customer information automatically on-the-go with zero data entry. It’s 100% mobile-first because people are mobile. We took this amazing technology and understanding we gathered while developing ONDiGO and we created this beautiful and intuitive interface that is super easy and fun to use.
Guess what? Ernst & Young hosted a competition for high tech startups to pitch their business.
Out of 200 high tech startups, 20 were selected to compete in the Ernst & Young Journey 2014 Pitch competition. Only 7 were chosen to move on to the finals.
ONDiGO is a finalist!!! We are really excited about this opportunity!
Yoni – ONDiGO’s awesome CEO – will be presenting ONDiGO at the finals on October 30th as part of the Ernst & Young – “Globes” Journey Convention!
There are 7 high tech start ups in this final round and the winning company will go on to a road show in Silicon Valley, get special meetings with investors and managers, and will get to participate in IBM’s global SmartCamp competition!
The Pitch is sponsored by Ernst & Young, IBM, and Canaan Partners. The judges include angel investor Tal Barnoach, Wix.com Ltd. Co-founder and CEO Avishay Abrahami, ironSource founder and CEO Tomer Bar-Zeev, and the audience itself using a special app.
This is an amazing opportunity and we have our users to thank for constantly helping us improve ONDiGO to be the best mobile CRM on the market! Thanks guys!
In the past a sales manager was required to have solid interpersonal skills and an extensive network of contacts. However, with the dawn of the digital age these skills have become less important, and innovative and creative-thinking sales managers have become a sought-after commodity. Sales managers who can think outside the box and are up to date with tech trends and strategies are highly sought after, and a successful candidate has to be part business analyst and part decision-maker. The ability to think on their feet and harness the power of available resources will ensure sales results and productivity techniques are improved.
I enjoy reading about hacks and new ways of doing things, always checking out if there are easier and better ways of doing things. Let’s face it, I enjoy my work, but I love my free time as well. So, the more efficiently and effectively I work, the more time I have to do other things – like spend time with family and friends.
Tools are great for recording the things we want to remember, but the task of recording can be formidable. And using several tools at the same time can cause more chaos than clarity.
As I was perusing the Internet, as we are all prone to do regularly – sometimes hourly even, I came across an interesting quote, recorded by Robyn Scott, that shaped a young boy into a highly successful man experiencing a very rich life. His grandfather gave him the best advice he had ever received and he has shared his secret to success.
Are people throwing shade at your business? There are numerous studies to support the notion that customers who experience bad customer service are much more likely to tell others than those who experience good customer service. A satisfied customer might give one or two recommendations, while an unhappy one will post poor reviews and troll online, discuss the experience with a dozen or more people, and take you down.
This is why keeping bad experiences to an absolute minimum is paramount to a successful business. There is always room for improvement and small changes in customer service goes a long way. Practices as simple as using a pleasant tone of voice or addressing the customer by name have the ability to make a great impression in a customer’s mind. Here are a few simple ways you can improve your company’s customer service, so that you’re the talk of the town! (Guest Post)
A few words come to mind. Passion. Innovation. Creativity. Belief.
We tend to think of small businesses as having a disadvantage when competing with the bigger companies around the world. I think it’s the other way around…
Small companies have a strong advantage because of their amazing capacity for innovation and creativity. Let’s delve deeper into what sets these small businesses a part and how they can set themselves up for success by utilizing these advantages.