Complexica Pty Ltd, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence software for optimising sales, marketing, and supply chain activities, announced today that Haircare Group has gone live with the mobile version of Complexica's CRM tool. The system is powered by Larry, the Digital Analyst®, and provides sales, telesales, technicians and customer service staff with advanced capabilities for intelligent quoting and order processing.
Complexica, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence software for optimising sales, marketing, and supply chain activities, has announced that BGC Fibre Cement, a business unit of one of Australia's largest vertically-integrated construction material companies, has gone live with Complexica’s Sales Accelerator and Multiplier (SAM) software. The software is used for optimising BGC Fibre Cement sales force activities, as well as customer relationships and interactions.
Complexica Pty Ltd, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence software for supply & demand optimisation, announced today that Bunzl has gone live with Complexica's CRM for in-field sales reps and account managers. Bunzl's deployment of Complexica's CRM augments earlier deployments of Complexica’s Order Management System (OMS) and Customer Opportunity Profiler (COP), all powered by Artificial Intelligence to provide sales reps with advanced capabilities for intelligent quoting, order processing, and guided selling.
Complexica Pty Ltd, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence software for supply & demand optimisation, announced today that it has signed a contract with the Haircare Group for the deployment of its Decision Cloud® Order Management System (OMS) across the Haircare New Zealand business. Complexica's software platform will provide Haircare's staff in New Zealand with advanced capabilities for quoting, order processing, and guided-selling, which are collectively powered by Complexica’s proprietary Artificial Intelligence engine, Larry, the Digital Analyst®. Complexica's Decision Cloud® OMS and CRM applications have been in production use within the Australian operation of the Haircare Group since early 2018.
Complexica Pty Ltd, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence software for supply & demand optimisation, announced today that the company's CEO – Matt Michalewicz – will present on the topic of sales & distribution optimisation at the upcoming FOMENT conference on 29th July. During his presentation, Matt will discuss the topics of pricing, trade promotions, in-field sales & distribution, as well as the role that Artificial Intelligence plays in these areas. Examples will be provided from the food & liquor industry, and for more information about the event, please click here. Current customers of Complexica in the food & beverage industry include Metcash, Pernod Ricard, PFD Foods, Costa Group, LMG, & Lion.
Artificial Intelligence in sales is already here and the top-tier companies are reengineering their processes to take advantage of next generation automation. Watson (IBM), Einstein (Salesforce), Larry (Complexica) and Amy (x.ai) are our sidekicks. The key is to channel Iron Man - part man, part machine. Embrace the salesbots for hyper-productivity and effectiveness or be replaced.
Imagine if you could automagically crunch data and prioritize the leads that have the highest propensity to close? Bots are already doing this. Larry, from Complexica, just won the 2018 Innovation Award from the Australian Information Industry Association. Complexica has an opportunity identifier for transactional sales. Say you’re a sales rep in the wine industry. You have hundreds of licensed premises in your territory, and knowing who is best to call and what to talk about, beyond your (yawn) specials this month, is a difficult thing to figure out. In Australia, the average restaurant or licensed premise has 50 different salespeople calling on them every month.
Complexica Pty Ltd, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence software for optimising sales and marketing activities, announced today that it has signed a contract with Polyaire for the deployment of its software applications for optimising sales force activities. Complexica will provide Polyaire with advanced capabilities for optimising sales activities through its Customer Opportunity Profiler (COP) and proprietary Artificial Intelligence engine, Larry, the Digital Analyst®.
“After evaluating a number of software applications and vendors available on the market, we have decided to partner with Complexica for sales force optimisation and automation,” said Aemel Nordin, Managing Director of Polyaire. “We have found Complexica’s applications to be best suited for our extensive SKU range and large set of customers, being capable of generating recommendations and insights without burdening our sales staff with endless data analysis and interpretation. We have been enjoying working with Complexica and particularly like their partnering approach to solving customer problems. We look forward to deploying Complexica within our business to help sales staff focus on what they do best – providing maximum value and service to our customers.”
Headquartered in South Australia with 27 distribution centres across Australia, Polyaire Pty Ltd is dedicated to providing comfort to Australians through the sale and distribution of air conditioning and heating units and components. For more information, please visit: www.polyaire.com.au
Complexica Pty Ltd, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence software for optimising sales and marketing activities, announced today that it has expanded its relationship with DuluxGroup by signing a new contract with the organisation’s Group Digital Capability team. This new contract will allow DuluxGroup to integrate Complexica’s next-generation Customer Opportunity Profiler (COP) and Larry, the Digital Analyst® with the Adobe Campaign Platform to drive more personalised marketing campaigns.
“DuluxGroup is pleased to expand its relationship with Complexica, a valued strategic partner and supplier to our business,” said James Jones, Group Head of CRM at DuluxGroup. “Complexica’s software will enable DuluxGroup to reduce the amount of time required to generate usable insights, increase our campaign automation capability, personalise our communications based on core metrics, and close the loop on sales results to optimise ongoing digital marketing activity.”
To sell more at a higher margin, businesses need to understand and engage with their customers at a deeper level than ever before. The traditional approach of analysing internal data to develop static segmentation models and customer profiles is no longer enough. To drive truly personalised offers, pricing, and messages, you’ll need to use larger data sets, undertake more complex analysis, and do it in far less time. In this session delivered by the Australian Marketing Institute, you’ll discover how Artificial Intelligence is ideally suited for these challenges, and the results global businesses have achieved thus far.
Complexica Pty Ltd, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence software for optimising sales and marketing activities, announced today that Haircare Australia has gone live with Complexica's Order Management System (OMS) for in-field sales reps and customer service staff. Complexica’s Order Management System (OMS) is powered by Larry, the Digital Analyst®, and provides sales, telesales, and customer service staff with advanced capabilities for intelligent quoting, order processing, and guided selling. Haircare Australia will go live with Complexica's "Touchless" CRM in February 2018, followed by Complexica's Customer Opportunity Profiler (COP) later in the year.
Today, many customers are better informed than the salespeople they engage with, largely due to the substantial amount of research they do beforehand. This well-documented phenomenon – of information asymmetry swinging from the salesperson to the customer in recent times – is manifesting itself across countless industries, and is being compounded by another trend called ‘mass personalisation’. Better informed and educated, customers are increasingly dictating what they want and demanding a more personalised service when they buy.
They also want to deal with salespeople who educate them and provide contextually relevant information, and to not waste time on probing questions that highlight ignorance. This amplifies the pressure on sales and marketing departments, who are finding themselves on the wrong end of these trends and ill-equipped to cope. Unable to reverse the tide, many salespeople are finding their once-lucrative jobs disappearing and being replaced by self-service models, and corporate margins are under siege by well-informed consumers who shop the market for the best deals
Where will it all lead? Enter artificial intelligence.
Businesses that sell a large range of products to a large range of customers are burdened by an analytical challenge that drags down their yield on sales resources. The challenge, simply put, is to help each sales rep answer the following two questions:
- “Who should I call on this week?” (i.e. where are the opportunities or potential problems?)
- “What personalised messages/insights should I deliver in each call?”
At present, most sales reps answer these questions by accessing various systems and databases, where they shift through endless customer data, survey information, and transactional data, looking for opportunities or alarming trends (such as down trends). They manually identify the customers that should be visited, add those customers to their call plan, optimise the plan for the best logistical sequence, and then Google the customer before finally making the visit. What’s interesting about this process is that it has nothing to do with sales. This is an analytical task. It prepares the sales rep for the sales visit, and although it's important to be prepared, the task itself is not a sales task.