Signals creates enterprise level b2b sales enablement tools for global organisations with complex product sets or multi-tiered sales and distribution channels.
Our sales tools enable our clients to increase efficiencies, protect brand, control costs, ensure sustainability, and allow management the visibility to analyse their business in real-time.
All of our tools sit within larger technological ecosystems, bridging the ‘gaps’ between the functionality of ERP systems such as SAP and JDE, and the reality of customer expectations.
Signals Sales Enablement Tools
We work with every part of a business
Tools to get the correct sales assets, prices, or documentation directly to sales teams, wherever or whenever required
Centralise control of documentation, assets, brand, and communications whilst tracking and reporting on trends and usage
Ensure that the correct pricing is used on a per country, region, team, or even individual basis, and cut costs in the process
Monitor usage and uptake via interactive dashboards for up-to-date reports to give vital insight into your business
We have created bleeding edge technological solutions to answer core business issues for some of the world’s best known brands:
Our solutions are used in every phase of the sales cycle; from product/solution comparison, selection, configuration and customisation, through to pricing, presentation, quotation, and proposal generation.
Xerox – Secure your worldeLearning
AT&T – Adding sparkle for the UC ExpoAnimation & Presentation
Xerox – Product ConfiguratorSales Enablement Tools
Xerox – How to have better sales training AND more selling timeeLearning
Xerox – Help your customers to decideSales Enablement Tools
Gazing – How to make training pay offeLearning
Stuart Turner – Easier ways to do businessWebsite Design
Xerox – A more efficient sales forceSales Enablement Tools
Zebra – How to see the ‘big picture’, up closeAnimation & Presentation
Epson – Help customers calculate print running costsMobile App
Xerox – iPhones: success in your pocketMobile App
EPSRC – Helping industry to be more sustainableWebsite Design
Xerox – Getting the cloud message across loud and clearAnimation & Presentation
Quantel – How to publish securely to iPadsMobile App
Snagmanager – Taking the hassle out of defect managementMobile App
ADT – Evolving Business ProtectionMobile App
Shell – Keep your customers informedSales Enablement Tools
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The Signals studio is busy, busy, busy and it seems like a good time on the blog to catch our breath and have a little look at all the projects we are working on for some fantastic clients before the festive season really takes hold. Signals has a very longstanding client in Xerox, and we are[…]
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Courtesy of Al Some food for thought on the subject of passwords this month from Edward Snowden. Love him or hate him, this former NSA contractor should know what he’s talking about! Snowden’s interviewer, the comedian John Oliver, has also done a very interesting piece about patents, and patent trolls, particularly in the software market. We were especially[…]