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Pursuit's Peter Robinson Publishes "Grading Pharma's Use of New Commercial Sales Models"
Date:8/21/2014

Chester, NJ (PRWEB) August 21, 2014

Pursuit Solutions (http://www.pursuit-solutions.com), a provider of personal selling optimization technology and services for Life Sciences sales and marketing organizations, announced the publication of “Grading Pharma’s Use of New Commercial Sales Models” by Peter Robinson, co-founder and head of Measurement & Analytics.

The article examines some innovative models used to improve sales and marketing yield that are being tested in the pharmaceutical market. Robinson grades the industry on its progress against each model and proposes solutions to close remaining gaps.

To view the full article, visit http://www.pm360online.com/grading-pharmas-use-of-new-commercial-sales-models/.

About Pursuit Solutions

Pursuit Solutions provides sales and marketing optimization solutions for Life Sciences. Its flagship product, ClearSky, provides the pharmaceutical Field Force with an intuitive and powerful Closed-Loop Marketing (CLM) and Sales Force Automation (SFA) solution, that in concert with the client’s Multi-Channel Marketing (MCM) system enables the user to be aware of marketing touch-points, receive data-driven Interactive Visual Aid (IVA) and other tactic recommendations, and cater presentations to their customers’ interests. ClearView, the company’s business intelligence platform, is designed specifically for the pharmaceutical industry, combining Field Force, Marketing and Managed Markets metrics and insights in one place.

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