Highspot Releases New Updates for Its Sales Enablement Portal
SEATTLE, WA: Sales enablement and asset management portal, Highspot has recently announced seamless integration with Microsoft Outlook and automatic content filtering by language based on machine learning capabilities.
The upgraded email functionality will provide deep insight, when email contents will be opened, downloaded and shared. It will also provide information while in case of any pages of any document being viewed the longest, to help sales representative drive timely and informed conversations with customers. It offers an option to the user to choose between the convenient way of sending content directly from Highspot’s sales content management system or their corporate email client with Highspot’s Outlook add-in. The new updates make sales reps more effective, efficient and time saving and help them to manage conversations through activity dashboards and in-depth analytics on customer engagement.
Highspot supports content in multiple languages and language-specific full content semantic search, making it easy for world-wide teams to find the content they need with automatic filtering of language for all content, based on machine learning. It includes 20 of the most common languages comprising of English, French, German, Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Russian, Arabic, Hebrew, and more. “Everyone has a working style that they prefer, and while some reps love the ease of selecting and sharing content with prospects from within Highspot, we know that there are others who prefer to do all their communication from their corporate email client,” says Robert Wahbe, CEO, Highspot.
Furthermore, users can now filter search and browsing results by language, or can create a global search setting to display the languages of their choice. It streamlines document management, content access, and saves time for sales organizations working in multiple languages.
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