Progress Update of UnifiedVU

As UnifiedVU did not achieve product/market fit within a sufficient time scale, the product was mothballed in 2018 and I (Manoj) remained the only regular user. Here’s a quick historical map. 2012 July – Specification was written to build Livestax by Ross and funded by Phil. 2013 Sep – Manoj joins Causeway to commercialise and[…]

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UnifiedVU is ideal to grow with your organisation

As you rapidly grow your business, your technology stack will continue to evolve. The optimum solution today, may be the wrong solution in 18 months time. Whilst you can buy in advance of the expected changes, the solution that’s suitable in 18 months could cause significant disruption to your organisation today, as your organisation is[…]

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The ever growing Sales Technology Landscape (Sales Tech Stack) 2018

Nicolas De Kouchkovsky of CaCube Consulting just published the 2018 version of the now famous Sales Technology Landscape which features 830 vendors across 38 categories. If you are responsible for the selection of sales tools for your organisation, I can only sympathise with you on the task ahead. Sales Pipeline Management As we started UnifiedVU by[…]

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What How and Why of UnifiedVU

WHAT is UnifiedVU? UnifiedVU surfaces data that is relevant to your workflow (e.g. prospect due diligence) from internal and external software (e.g. CRM software) and data sources (e.g. Companies House) onto one interactive user screen giving you the ability to act on insights arising from multi-sourced data via built-in functionality. It also work interactively with[…]

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Cloud Integration Market Analysis

Since the creation of the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business model by Marc Benioff of Salesforce on multi-tenancy architecture in 1999/2000, we have all come to love our cloud apps from sales to finance and talent management. Where we previously paid large sums for installation and maintenance of few on-premise licensed software, our costs are now split[…]

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Doing it differently to IBM

Today, I saw a Linkedin advert from IBM showcasing their Analytics suite. Given the size of IBM and the products and services at its disposal, they have in fact given Analytics a significant attention by listing it on the drop down menu, i.e. if you landed on the IBM website, select Products menu option to[…]

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