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How we started Pronto

These days it feels like I am running at 500 miles an hour 24 hours a day. Between my myriad activities related to meeting with customers, working with the team to build splendid features, and promoting the Pronto brand, I rarely have time to take stock of everything that we have done.

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Why I Joined Pronto

I am Scott Shepard. I recently joined Pronto as the Director of Sales. I view my role as being an evangelist for our product and a champion of our customers. Ultimately, I want to help Partnerships and Alliances executives be recognized for the rockstars they are. Here’s the story of why I joined Pronto.

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Ecosystem management – A new category that is redefining how companies build, manage, monetize and scale partner ecosystems

Successful partner ecosystems can increase the economic value of enterprises, increase competitiveness, and significantly increase sales growth. But, fully achieving its potential isn’t that easy, and research identifies poor execution as a major obstacle.  To help improve execution, software and service companies have introduced new platforms and tools. These platforms and tools solve different problems ranging from sales opportunity management to training to complex partner ecosystem management.

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Solving the ecosystem management dilemma

I am Howard Epstein. I recently joined the Pronto marketing team to help partner ecosystem decision makers, buyers, and influencers get to know the company, the leadership, and understand how Pronto can help them achieve the full value of their ecosystem initiatives. When I start a new gig, I try to get an understanding of what makes a company tick. As a starting point I wondered why they started the company?

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A “COVID-19 year” in review

Every year, companies talk about how this year was different from previous years. In a normal year, reviews are for a calendar or a fiscal year. However, from March 13, 2020 to March 13, 2021, “the COVID-19 year”, it wasn’t a normal year. We can unequivocally say that the “COVID-19 year” was a “once-in-a-century” year. Hit by a global pandemic, and the adverse economic impact that resulted, it was a challenging year, and many challenges will continue as 2021 goes on.