MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – May 17, 2018 – SalesPreso, Australia’s leading sales enablement platform for enterprise B2B organisations, has won the Victorian iAward in the Business Service Markets category for 2018. The winners of the state iAwards were announced last night at a gala dinner at the RACV club in Melbourne.
SalesPreso emerged top in a competitive category that featured outstanding innovations from companies including Telstra, ABC Commercial, and Deakin University.
SalesPreso is the only platform globally that can automate the creation of completely customised presentations. Complex, data-driven presentations with animation, forms and calculators are built in less than a minute. What makes this possible (and unique) is the platform’s ability to integrate with any enterprise business systems and data sources to pull information relevant to each customer into presentation content—automatically.
“We’re thrilled to have won the iAward for Business Services Markets,” commented Joel Thomson, co-founder of SalesPreso. “This is a category that recognises digital B2B solutions that drive and deliver businesses with high levels of productivity and competitiveness, and that’s exactly what SalesPreso does.”
“As a young company, we’re honoured to be recognised for bringing an innovative solution that addresses a critical gap to the market. This award is the result of the efforts of our extremely talented Melbourne-based team, and the continued support of our customers and partners,” he added.
Hosted by the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the iAwards honours both companies at the cutting edge of technology innovation, as well as leading professionals across the Digital Economy. The iAwards focuses on recognising the achievements of home-grown Australian innovators.
"Each year the awards shine a light on the exceptional achievements of those at the forefront of Australian innovation, and the projects shaping our modern economy. We're proud to provide recognition and encouragement to people prepared to bring an idea to life, enabled by technology. Whether they're in startups, the public sector, community services, academia, or private enterprise, small and large, the work of the finalists is an inspiration to us all,” said Rob Fitzpatrick, AIIA CEO.
SalesPreso will compete in the National iAwards later this year.
About SalesPreso Conceived in Melbourne, Australia in 2012, SalesPreso is a technology platform transforming enterprise B2B sales by automating its single most time-consuming activity: creating customised presentations.
SalesPreso is nothing like PowerPoint, Prezi or sales enablement tools designed to distribute traditional document formats. SalesPreso replaces these applications, becoming the interactive, data-driven presentation layer for an enterprise organisation's business systems; including CRM, ERP and BI.
SalesPreso is used by enterprise companies across three global regions, including Telstra, MYOB, REA Group, Xref, Australia Post and StarTrack in Australia, as well as Scout24 (Germany) and Move Inc (US).
SalesPreso partners and integrations include Microsoft, Salesforce, IRESS and Adobe.
For more information, visit www.salespreso.com.
About the AIIA’s iAwards AIIA’s iAwards honours both companies at the cutting edge of technology innovation as well as leading professionals across the Digital Economy. Most importantly, the iAwards recognises the achievements of home-grown Australian innovators. http://www.iawards.com.au/
About the AIIA The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is Australia’s peak representative body and advocacy group for those in the digital ecosystem. Since 1978, AIIA has pursued activities to stimulate and grow the digital ecosystem, to create a favourable business environment for members and to contribute to Australia’s economic prosperity. AIIA does this by delivering outstanding member value by providing a strong voice of influence; building a sense of community through events and education; enabling a network for collaboration and inspiration; and developing compelling content and relevant and interesting information.
Contact: JANANI JAYASUNDAR MARKETING MANAGER JANANI.JAYASUNDAR@SALESPRESO.COM
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