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Pipelinersales Integrates GO AHEAD! Platform
Pipelinersales Integrates GO AHEAD! Platform

 
March 14, 2014 10:52AM
Pipelinersales Announces Integrating the Content and Leaders Platform GO AHEAD! -- Headlined to Speak are COO of Activision Thomas Tippl and CEO of Pipelinersales Nikolaus Kimla
 



Pipelinersales Inc. announced today that it will integrate GO AHEAD! into the company wide strategy as their extended Content and Educational platform. Go Ahead!, initiated 10 years ago and since its inception has had 72 exceedingly successful Power Breakfasts and also 3 successful international business summits in Vienna. In each event there have been top leaders giving great insights for the top executives, managers and entrepreneurs in attendance. The speakers have ranged from leading educators, businessmen, and political leaders. Among the speakers at one of the international business conferences was former congressmen and Presidential candidate Dr. Ron Paul.

Nikolaus Kimla is the initiator of the independent economic platform GO AHEAD!, which is based on the principles of free market economy in terms of a liberal and socially adjusted accountability. GO AHEAD! is an independent economic platform for business executives who follow the motto of "leading responsibly". Leading responsibly stands for careful planning , performing in a responsible manner, proactive behavior, and a positive attitude. It stems from the conviction that the spirit of responsibility always starts from the individual. Personal responsibility and the entrepreneurial spirit are the core values of GO AHEAD!.

GO AHEAD! is a natural extension of Pipelinersales as Nikolaus Kimla founded the company on that very principle of returning responsibly and entrepreneurial thinking to the individual salesperson. In practical application of this thinking, Pipelinersales Inc., is here to empower the individual salesperson. Kimla said, “The Pipeliner CRM tool is more than an application; it stands for a principle. An entrepreneur’s task is to create knowledge and seek out opportunities for profits -- in other words, to utilize the advantages that come from information. Salespeople are individuals who think and act as entrepreneurs, who take personal responsibility in freely shaping economic events.” With Pipeliner, salespeople have a powerful tool to empower them to be the entrepreneurs that they are.

Pipelinersales is revolutionizing the marketplace with not only an exceptional CRM tool, but training and education to help salespeople sell smarter. Integral to the integration with GO AHEAD! is the understanding that the role of sales has really shifted and thus an educational platform delivering rich content is critical. The advent of automation means that a salesperson must be more of a sales expert than previously. In consumer sales, most purchasing is automated with very little human interaction, however in the enterprise, the role of sales is critical as a consultant. The salesperson must have a high level of expertise to gain the prospect’s trust in the company, the product, and the sales person themselves. Fortunately, with the integration of Pipelinersales and GO AHEAD! a salesperson now has at his or her disposal a vast array of tools and a content rich platform to greatly help them become that expert. Included in those tools is an empowering CRM solution. (continued...)

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