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Apple saw record sales performance this past month on the strength of the new iPhone 5S, the iPad Air, and new Macs, an analysis of the company’s Taiwanese suppliers suggests. Taiwan-based manufacturers build most of Apple’s iProduct, either on the island nation itself, or in factories in mainland China.
You know those iPad things, the big screens that many said are like a stretched-out version of your iPhone?
Apple’s flagship iPhone is outselling its cheaper, plastic sibling by more than 2-to-1, according to a new report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP).
Hearsay Social, the startup that helps sales people avoid those dreaded cold calls, just raised $30 million in its third round of funding.
Couchbase, a startup selling NoSQL, just raised $25 million to expand internationally and aggressively build new products.
You’re a technology salesperson. You want to sell to enterprise. How do you find everyone who uses McAfee, Kaspersky, or Sophos antivirus products, or locate companies who use Oracle on Intel Itanium chips?
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Insightera has raised $6.5 million for its business-to-business marketing platform that personalizes content in real-time.
JOOR is using software to make the journey from runway to retail stores as smooth as walking down a catwalk. The company is on track to do more than $350 million in transactions in 2013, which is more than three times the amount from 2012.
RingDNA released a voice communications platform today that provides sales reps with relevant data so they can make the most of their sales calls. The company also announced raising a $1.9 million seed round.
Atlas launched a mobile scheduling app today that simplifies the process of setting up appointments while away from a computer.
Detroit-based LevelEleven has rebranded and redesigned its flagship app that motivates sales people to generate more leads and close more deals.
Enterprise gamification startup LevelEleven has raised an additional $500,000 in new seed funds to motivate sales people around the world.
HG Data uses a data-driven approach to help salespeople build lists of potential enterprise customers, and is ready to disrupt the legacy IT market.
After being acquired by Microsoft in June, Yammer has laid off some of its sales and marketing staff.
Radius raises $12.4 million for its database of small business data and the sales leads that come out of it.
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Sales automation and predictive analytics company InsideSales raises significant second round of investment.
Infusionsoft raises a whopping $54 million for its custom, all-in-one sales and marketing automation software.
With these two latest private data reveals, this is turning into a unwilling corporate equivalent of an adolescent show-me-yours-I’ll-show-you-mine.
Apple has reached the highest smartphone market share ever thanks to strong sales of the iPhone 5, according to the latest sales data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
Dropbox has had no trouble convincing consumers to use its tools, but it will need a dedicated sales team to reach large enterprises. To lead these efforts, the company has brought on Harvard Business School alum Kim Malone Scott, who ascended the proverbial ladder at Google and Apple.
Editor’s Pick Mather started writing his novel in 2010, and by 2012 had 150,000 words and 600 pages of The Atopia Chronicals. Using his background in startups and his savvy as an entrepreneur, he created an 11-step program to market and launch the book.
Customer advocacy platform Influitive closes $7.3M Series A.
Mobile commerce has been the next big thing for some time now, and it’s not all hype: 16.3 percent of all online Black Friday online sales were consummated over mobile.
Lattice Engines raises $20 million for its “big data for big sales” platform.
Up to 147 million Americans are planning to shake off their turkey dinners, get up early, and visit their favorite retailers this coming Black Friday. And they’ll spend almost $30 billion doing it.
ServiceMax offers customers web and mobile applications for scheduling and workforce optimization and contract management in the field.
Samsung has shipped more than 30 million units of its flagship Galaxy S III smartphone in five months.
Consumers are flocking to Windows 8. Microsoft has sold more than 4 million Windows 8 upgrades in its first three days, chief executive Steve Ballmer announced this morning.
Founders Dwight Crow and Christopher Berner were acqui-hired by Facebook today. Terms were not disclosed, but what is clear is that Facebook is not getting into the business of helping you buy and sell cars.
Not surprisingly, iPhone 5 sales have surpassed past iPhone launches.
Dreamforce is typically a spectacle and a whole lotta fun, but this year it was bigger than ever before.
Dice Holdings has purchased iconic tech properties Slashdot, SourceForge, & Freecode from Geeknet for $20 million cash.
Apple this morning announced that the iPhone 5 surpassed 2 million preorders in its first 24 hours, blowing away the iPhone 4S’s record of 1 million preorders in the same amount of time.
Sales communications startup Clearslide has raised $28 million in its second round of funding aimed at opening a New York City office, developing new products, and increasing marketing efforts.
Slumping sales from Nokia and HTC are starting to hurt the manufacturers that work with them.
Neil Patel didn’t start web analytics company KISSmetrics because he loved the product, or the idea, or the customers. Very simply, he wanted to make money, as he told the crowd here at GROW 2012 yesterday. After revealing his motivation, Patel proceeded to reveal the methods behind his madness — the metrics he measures that have driven KISSmetrics to 100 percent year-over-year growth.