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April 17, 2015
|Michipreneur
LevelEleven is a sales performance platform that truly forms its own category. We help companies increase the capacity of their sales teams, without taking on the high risks of hiring more salespeople. We do this by creating real-time visibility into the day-to-day activities that drive sales, predicting when performance is out of line and telling salespeople and sales leaders what to do about it. We’re the first to empower sales leaders and salespeople with personalized analytics and historical trends around sales performance.
April 16, 2015
|Benzinga
Founded in 2012, LevelEleven offers a sales performance platform that helps people focus on key sales behaviors and track success via leaderboards. Salesforce.com is one of the company’s key investors. Technology is helping people outside of Detroit recognize that the city’s potential is far from tapped, LevelEleven founder and CEO Bob Marsh told Benzinga.
April 15, 2015
|WXYZ
A Detroit-based company took home a big award from Google headquarters earlier this month. Game-changer—that’s the label one local company was given at Google’s National Demo Day. The event is held at Google’s headquarters every year. Twelve companies from around the country came together in Mountain View earlier this month to showcase their work to some of the biggest investors in the tech industry.
April 6, 2015
|Xconomy
Detroit-based LevelEleven, a sales performance platform, headed to Mountain View, CA, last week to compete in Google’s national demo day on April 2. The company was selected to pitch (out of 60 applicants) at Google’s Detroit demo day event, and it went up against 11 companies at the national demo day. LevelEleven won the game-changer award, voted on by people in the crowd and those watching the live stream online.
March 30, 2015
|Crain's Detroit Business
Detroit tech company one of 12 nationwide to pitch to heavyweights. Detroit-based LevelEleven, a fast-growing portfolio company of Detroit Venture Partners, which makes sales-motivation software, is heading to Silicon Valley this week for the annual Google Demo Day.
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