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Costello is a deal management platform that helps sales teams close more deals.
Costello aligns frontline sales reps, managers, and vice presidents of sales to help everyone work together to close more deals. Costello gives reps the tools they need to gather key information from prospects to keep deals on-track, gives managers visibility into the quality of each deal so they can help reps wins, and helps vice presidents understand what’s working and what’s not, all while integrating with the solutions you already use like Salesforce, G-Suite, and Outlook.
Located six blocks south of Monument Circle and nestled next to Rolls-Royce’s downtown campus, Union 525 opened its doors at the end of 2016 as the new home to a variety of tech startups and emerging scale-ups. A number of educational institutions that support the future and continued development of the tech sector in Central
Imagine this scenario. You’re sitting at your desk at the tech startup you joined last month. You are a sales professional and are leading a new crop of eager sales talent. Your team is meeting their goals, but you’re looking for the next big thing to do to increase the capabilities of your team. Where
The third quarter of 2017 brought more activity and a much larger overall investment in Indiana tech companies than the previous two quarters. Below is a list of public investments and acquisitions involving Indiana technology companies that occurred in the third quarter of 2017. Archway Technology Partners LLC, an investment management software company based in
Artificial intelligence technologies are evolving at a rapid pace, remaking everything from vehicles to video games. An Indianapolis startup called Costello, armed with $1 million in investment capital, is launching this month to bring A.I. to deal management software, which the company says will help to better prepare sales reps while also offering managers increased visibility
Companies will spend $12 billion this year on technology that is supposed to accelerate sales and increase revenue. However, less than 60% of sales reps will hit their quotas, and the average sales team will deliver only 82% of the company revenue plan. (CSO Insights) According to Frank Dale, co-founder and CEO of a new