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Newly Integrated Software Suite From ZS Associates Offers Comprehensive Set of Sales Performance Management Software Solutions
Date:10/8/2008

- ZS receives 'Promising' rating from Top Industry Analyst -

EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- A software suite that helps executives across industries manage a wide range of sales and marketing challenges is now available from ZS Associates, a global management consulting firm specializing in sales and marketing consulting, capability building, outsourcing and software.

The new Javelin(TM) Software Suite provides a unified platform for 12 formerly stand-alone software products focused on incentives, call planning, promotion strategy, forecasting and account management. By ensuring that all Javelin(TM) products work in concert with one another, the common user interface allows customers to work easily and more efficiently across the suite.

The Javelin(TM) suite embodies 25 years of ZS experience consulting with many of the world's premier companies on their most complex sales force- and marketing-related challenges.

"We designed Javelin(TM) to address client needs and an evolving set of market challenges," said Jes Sherborne, managing principal for software development and the lead architect of the Javelin(TM) software suite at ZS Associates. "Enhanced in line with our experience and customer feedback, Javelin(TM) offers the most complete set of Sales Performance Management (SPM) software on the market today."

'Promising' Rating for ZS Associates

ZS Associates received a "Promising" rating on Gartner's MarketScope for Sales Incentive Compensation Management Software (1). A central component of the firm's Javelin(TM) Software Suite is Incentive Manager, a Web-based solution that helps companies build, calculate and manage sales incentive compensation plans. This includes managing incentive payouts, developing and sharing reports, and conducting general incentive plan administration.

Javelin(TM) Incentive Manager, which helps users implement effective incentive management strategies and improve business
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