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Octiv revolutionizes the way sales assets, including presentations, proposals, and contracts are created, distributed, and tracked.
Octiv is a rapidly-growing SaaS company that revolutionizes the way sales assets, including presentations, proposals and contracts, are created, distributed and tracked. Our web-based sales productivity suite serves sales organizations of all sizes, from small and medium to Fortune 500. In 2016 alone, our team has grown by nearly 40 percent and we recently expanded our global headquarters at 54 Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis.
At Octiv, we pride ourselves on offering a collaborative, fast-paced, innovative and fun work environment for our employees. Our team is filled with smart, driven (and sometimes quirky) people, but what ultimately unites us is our commitment to our customers, our community and each other.
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