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Aviso to Present on the Future of Sales at Dreamforce 2015

Aviso Co-Founder and CEO Joins Industry-Leading Customers Splunk, Nutanix and RingCentral to Discuss the Power of Data Science for Sales Forecasting

MENLO PARK, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/11/15 -- Aviso, the company helping sales teams transform the way they connect, optimize their performance and exceed revenue goals, today announced its presence at Dreamforce 2015, Salesforce's annual user conference and the world's largest cloud ecosystem, taking place Sept. 15-18 in San Francisco. At the event, Aviso co-founder and CEO K. V. Rao will join industry-leading customers Splunk, Nutanix and RingCentral to discuss how data science is revolutionizing sales forecasting and driving high-performance sales organizations into the future.

Aviso Presentations At-A-Glance

How Data Science Drives the Future of Sales at Splunk, Nutanix & RingCentral

  • Who: K. V. Rao, CEO of Aviso
    Anna Gilstrap, VP Sales Operations, Splunk
    William Dolby, Sr. Director Sales Operations, RingCentral
    Rickie Goyal, Director of Worldwide Sales Operations, Nutanix

  • What: Using data science to get ahead is more than a trend -- it's driving high-performance sales organizations into the future. New insights and actionable recommendations are being surfaced to help sales consistently exceed goals. Join us to learn how leaders like Splunk, Nutanix, and RingCentral use data to power forecasting, course correct with recommended paths to close each quarter, and engineer future growth.

  • When: Thursday, September 17, 2015 from 12:30 p.m. - 1:10 p.m. PT

  • Where: Metreon AMC Theaters, Metreon Theater 8

I Got 99 Problems, But Making My Number Ain't One

  • Who: K. V. Rao, CEO of Aviso
    Rickie Goyal, Director of Worldwide Sales Operations, Nutanix

  • What: Tired of Monday forecast calls where it's unclear what's changed and your confidence is going down not up? Predictive analytics for forecasting is revolutionizing sales, giving high growth companies confidence and an edge. Join us to learn how Aviso has helped sales teams go from 12 hours to four minutes of forecasting weekly.

  • When: Tuesday, September 15, 2015 from 1:30 p.m. - 1:50 p.m. PT

  • Where: Cloud Expos, Partner Theater West

  • Aviso helps companies optimize sales performance by automating and supercharging the forecast process with predictive analytics to streamline sales operations and enable the sales team to focus on selling. Its cloud-based application -- Aviso Insights -- is the first purpose-built forecasting application utilizing advanced machine learning algorithms and portfolio management frameworks to provide unprecedented visibility into the sales pipeline, empowering sales leaders to make their numbers with confidence.

  • Attending Dreamforce 2015? Come see Aviso in Moscone North booth #N1142. For more information on how to get started, or to request a demo, contact Aviso at http://www.aviso.com/, email [email protected] or call (650) 567-5470.

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About Aviso
Aviso provides the only data science driven sales platform to help sales teams optimize their performance and exceed their revenue goals. Aviso automates the tedious sales forecasting process with an easy-to-use, secure cloud application and unlocks the power of sales data to produce actionable insights using a unique combination of machine learning algorithms and portfolio management techniques. Aviso Insights delivers a powerful data-driven decision-making framework to prioritize deals, deploy resources and mitigate risks, driving revenue growth for enterprises. Funded by leading venture capital firms Scale Venture Partners, Next World Capital, Shasta Ventures, First Round Capital, Cowboy Ventures, and Bloomberg Beta, Aviso's customers include Splunk, HubSpot, RingCentral and Nutanix. For more information, visit www.aviso.com.

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