DemoChimp Raises $2.8M in Seed Funding

American Fork-based DemoChimp has raised $2.8 million in a seed funding round led by Peak Ventures, with participation from Albion Financial, Seed Equity, Select Venture Partners, Paul Ahlstrom, Scott Frazier, and Greg Schenk.

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DemoChimp (now CONSENSUS™) snags $2.8M so its customized sales demos can drive consensus

Salespeople are blessed with a number of tools these days to quickly prepare, present, and track customized sales materials for a prospect.

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DemoChimp in American Fork keeps B2B sales moving

So much of business currently moves at a lightning speed, and DemoChimp is one company that believes in its ability to help businesses to keep up.

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With $2.8M in Seed funding on hand, Consensus™ seeks to make sales demos more intelligent and accelerate the buying process

A Q&A with Consensus™ co-founder and CEO Garin Hess.

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How Do You Build Buying Consensus? Only Consensus Knows.

When a group of people must agree on a place to eat, disaster abounds. One person will inevitably try to choose McDonald's, just to see if there’s anyone else on earth who yearns for the mushy taste of Fish Bites (the correct answer: no). One person will try to choose Little Caesars because they only have two dollars to their name, but are too ashamed to admit it to their friends. And one person...

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Utah startup seeks to revolutionize sales with intelligent demo automation

DemoChimp, a technology startup company based in American Fork, Utah, developed a Software as a Service (SaaS) application that the company said shortens the business-to-business (B2B) sales cycle by as much as 68 percent and increases sales close rates by up to 44 percent. The company announced it raised $2.8 million in venture capital funding to foster the growth of their intelligent demo...

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3 Case Studies from the Sales 2.0 Conference: ClearSlide, DemoChimp, and DivTECH

Why do some sales executives take action while others stick with the status quo?

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App of the Month: DemoChimp

This month is a 2 for 1 deal. I'm going to introduce you at a new app AND also participate in an informational webinar about it.

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What The Heck Happened? From One-to-One Selling to One-to-Many Buying

I sold my first copier in 1985 — a small Canon with moving platen for $1,299. This was my first sales job and I was making cold calls, in person. I had absolutely zero sales experience and no natural ability, but it didn’t seem to matter. Back then, selling was simple: Buyers compared one copier against another based on speeds and feeds, time to first print and maybe duty cycle (CPP wasn’t...

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5 Reasons Why There's No Better Time to Be in Sales

Sales is an interesting thing. You don't have to go to college to be in sales. Actually, there are very few classes on sales at any university. A good salesperson can be a natural, and come in on day 1 and outperform others who aren't made for it. It's a pretty fun profession. You get to be part of a true team day in and day out. And compete for actual dollars. Nothing affects the success of a...

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