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written by Vivian Pham
Forbes Technology Council Member Company Clari to Host EXCEED at Levi’s Stadium
The first ever EXCEED will bring together sales visionaries from all over the country this May.
Forbes Technology Council member company Clari will host EXCEED, an event for sales visionaries, at Levi’s Stadium this May. Sales operations have changed dramatically with the rise in data enterprise, and the professionals in that industry are long overdue for a community and space to share their expertise and ideas on how to reinvent the future of sales.
Venkat Rangan, CTO of Clari, says: “We are excited to bring sales visionaries together to learn, teach and shape the future of sales. Our mission is to transform the way enterprise companies sell. Better still, we are hosting the event at Super Bowl 50’s Levi’s Stadium.”
Clari is an end-to-end sales analytics and forecasting solution. Sales teams from industry-leading companies like Cisco, Palo Alto Networks, Box, and Juniper Networks use Clari to increase revenue, improve forecast accuracy, and boost sales productivity. Recently backed by Sequoia Capital and Bain Capital Ventures, Clari is to host the first event to ever be solely dedicated to sales operations at none other than Levi’s Stadium, home of the Super Bowl 50.
EXCEED is a two-day event in Santa Clara, California that offers hands-on learning, keynote speakers, fireside chats, networking opportunities and more. Notable guests Brent Jones of the San Francisco 49ers and Steve Silver from SiriusDecisions will be in attendance.
Says Silver in PR Newswire: “Over the past decade, sales operations has evolved into a function that informs and enables sales strategy and technology capabilities, drives change and supports strategic growth objectives. I’m excited about the opportunity at EXCEED to explore the drivers of change, as well as the current and future states of the sales operations function.”