We are all learning to cope with the new normal: a perpetual state of input overload. Most of us have a LinkedIn to check, a text message to send, directions to follow, a phone call to answer, an email to forward, an appointment to keep, and, yes, that’s right, someone special sitting across from us at the dinner table, and they would just love to look into our eyes for one moment!
TORONTO, October 30, 2014 - SKURA, a leading sales enablement provider specializing in Adaptive Sales Enablement announces a free 30-day trial offer for the latest version of SKURA.
|WRITTEN BY KIM ANN ZIMMERMANN, MANAGING EDITOR|
|TUESDAY, 08 APRIL 2014 10:42|
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