SAN MATEO, CA--(Marketwired - May 1, 2014) - C9 today announced that Justin Shriber, VP of Products at C9, will be a keynote speaker at the Sales 2.0 Conference. The Sales 2.0 Conference provides B2B sales, marketing and operation leaders proven tactics from an expert community for optimizing sales processes and results, and will take place at the Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco from May 5-6.
In his presentation titled, "Three Things Fitbit Taught Me About Sales," Shriber will discuss how the strategies that Fitbit used to transform the personal fitness industry can also be tapped by sales organizations to dramatically accelerate revenue growth. During this keynote, attendees will learn how to harness the power of "real time" pipeline vitals to get reps focused on winning.
The presentation is scheduled for Monday, May 5 from 3:35 pm - 4:05 pm in the Veranda Ball room.
About the Speaker
Justin Shriber is the Vice President of Products at C9, where he is responsible for Product Management, Product Marketing and Strategy. For the past two decades, Justin has focused on helping companies accelerate growth and profitability by building and executing strategies that align marketing, sales and service with the needs of the customer. While at Oracle, he headed the company's CRM OnDemand organization, and at Siebel, he was one of the early pioneers of the cloud -- leading product teams responsible for delivering the first generation of SaaS applications. Prior to the work that he did at Siebel and Oracle, Justin was a management consultant at McKinsey & Company.
Justin holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the Harvard Business School and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Economics from the University of California Los Angeles.
C9 delivers predictive sales and marketing applications that increase revenue, generate more precise forecasts and mitigate pipeline risk. By combining data science with products that improve sales and marketing execution, C9 enables leading companies like Yahoo!, Pitney Bowes and Google to drive predictable growth.