In this episode, Predictable Revenue host Patrick Morrissey interviews Aragon Research CEO Jim Lundy about the increasingly important topic of sales enablement. Lundy tells us about the weaknesses and falsehoods that are unknowingly crippling a large number of B2B firms. One thought that you’ll hear again and again is, “And they don’t even know it.” This program is filled with ways to fix what you don’t know is dragging down company revenue.
About Jim Lundy: Founder, CEO, and Lead Analyst
30 years of industry experience
Silicon Valley, CA
Jim Lundy is the founder and CEO of Aragon Research. Jim also serves as the lead analyst for collaboration, mobile, social, content management, and learning. He is also the practice lead for sales and marketing.
Jim has over 30 years of technology and management experience as a vendor, user, and analyst. Jim spent 12 years at Gartner, where he formed and led the collaboration and social software research team and also served as a lead analyst for enterprise content management (ECM) and corporate learning. Jim has extensive experience in product strategy, development, and go-to-market plans.
Prior to founding Aragon Research, Jim was the VP/general manager of the collaboration business unit at Saba Software. Jim also spent 15 years at Xerox in a variety of software and hardware sales and marketing positions. Jim has a B.S. in finance from Penn State University.
About the Show: Predictable Revenue Radio by Altify
The only way to unlock sustained growth is to deliver predictable revenue, and that’s the focus on Predictable Revenue Radio. Delivering insights, thought leadership, and best practices on how to improve sales velocity, Predicable Revenue Radio talks to the top B2B sales leaders, sales ops, enablement and marketing execs to help you crack the code to high performance selling. Predictable Revenue Radio brought to you by Altify, the Sales Transformation company.
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