The Grand Taxonomy of C3 2017

The great Steve Jobs once said, "You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future." No offense to Steve, but we don’t agree with him here at CallidusCloud. We prefer to look to Bill McDermott, CEO of SAP, for insight on this topic, when he said, "If you can connect dreams and details, you can achieve a lot." Sure, connections aren’t always obvious, but like anything, if you take the time to plan and spell it out, you can make things happen. Around here, we call that type of determination—the kind that hustles to connect the dots looking forward instead of backwards—a few things: grit, ambition, swagger. Whatever you call it, we’ll help you get there—first, by attending our user conference, C3. But there isn’t much time left; it’s happening September 18–20 at the Wynn in Las Vegas. C3 is the largest event in our industry, sales performance management. We’ve been working hard to put together an agenda of customers, thought leaders, and analysts to connect the best solutions, products, and people. It’s geared toward anyone who’s interested in making their sales performance strategy stronger and driving more productive sales reps. If you add value to any stage of the sales cycle—from legal to HR, sales to IT, marketing to finance—you’ll walk away with insights to help your organization. If you want to have what it takes to make the connections that will win deals, shorten sales cycles, and make more money, faster, register now. Then take a look at the Grand Taxonomy of C3 2017 above to see the connections in your near future.

By Hannah Pap Rocki | August 15th, 2017 | C3

About the Author: Hannah Pap Rocki

Hannah Pap Rocki

Hannah Pap Rocki is Marketing Coordinator at CallidusCloud. With a background in psychology and photojournalism, she has an interest in connecting with people to tell accurate and compelling stories. Some of her other interests include drawing, camping, and practicing yoga.