CallidusCloud Inaugurates New Office in Japan, Boosts Product Localization
Callidus Software (News - Alert) Inc., a company specializing in providing sales and marketing effectiveness software, recently inaugurated a new regional office in Japan and has also announced Japanese product localization.
Callidus Software, doing business as CallidusCloud, has been helping companies speed up and maximize their lead-to-money process with its comprehensive suite of solutions that classifies the right leads, ensures proper territory and quota distribution, enables sales forces, automates quote and proposal generation, and streamlines sales compensation.
The CallidusCloud platform technologies promise to deliver easy to use, scalable solutions designed from the ground up to deliver more rapid time to value, reduced cost of ownership, and a superior customer experience.
The company has been growing immensely in last few years and currently has 2,500 organizations using its solution to better marketing and smarter selling. To handle the marketing and sales operations, the company has recently hired Steven Noll as the new country manager to manage different regions in Japan.
With the new regional office in Japan, Callidus Software aims to cater to the needs of the companies in the Asia-Pacific region looking at their lead-to-money process as a key priority.
"Our growth in the Asia-Pacific region has been very promising," said Leslie Stretch, president and CEO, CallidusCloud. Stretch said that the demand for sales and marketing effectiveness software is expanding rapidly.
Stretch also said that their Commissions, Producer Management and WorkFlow solutions are already available in Japanese and further intend to follow with more of their Lead-to-Money Cloud later this year.
“As a result, we'll be increasingly better positioned to support our existing customers and to respond to the large addressable market for cloud-based solutions in the region,” Stretch added.The company has also taken the initiative to host their leading customers, partners and prospects from the region at their first C3 (News - Alert) customer conference taking place in Tokyo.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson