In the News

August 19, 2015
|Columbus Business First
Large Columbus companies might be hearing more about a Detroit software firm as a potential add-on to their Salesforce interface. Columbus-based NCT Ventures' deal to invest in LevelEleven not only is meant to build relationships that attract new out-of-state investors to Ohio, Partner Michael Butler told me after the announcement that the firm had led the round in what he calls "Fitbit for sales." It's also going to make introductions among Central Ohio businesses to the metrics-tracking technology.
August 18, 2015
|Enterprise Times
Fitbit for Sales(force): In the press release Michael Butler, Partner, NCT Ventures echoes the marketing pitch by LevelEleven in commenting: “LevelEleven is the Fitbit for sales. LevelEleven is on a rapid growth trajectory because they have a value proposition that works. Their sales performance platform is proven to directly drive results for hundreds of companies. Scaling sales models is something that we have experience doing at NCT, and we’re excited to help LevelEleven accelerate their growth.”
August 17, 2015
|Crain's Detroit
LevelEleven LLC, a Detroit-based company that makes cloud-based sales-motivation software and smart apps, has closed on a funding round of $2 million.
August 5, 2015
|Bowery Capital
Here at Bowery Capital, startup sales tools are top-of-mind on a daily basis. They’re core to our portfolio support efforts: we work closely with every one of our founders to build an optimal sales infrastructure from the ground up.
June 18, 2015
|RainForce
The first article in this week’s list gives a couple of tips regarding Salesforce adoption. While some of them (or even all of them) might look pretty obvious to most of you, it’s the writing of the article that really does it for me. As team leaders, managers or CEOs we always have to think like a newbie. Try to feel what the “new guy at work” feels, especially when it comes to the platform we’re using daily. (Written by Annie Thurber)
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