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Planning for Retail Success in 2016

It is no question that the retail industry is going through some significant transformations. In fact, one of the major shifts is the end-to-end buyer process.  Thanks to technology, consumers now have everything they need to know about a product and/or service right at their...


The Territory Optimization Revolution

New Concepts Driving Greater Performance All companies are seeking the perfect combination of elements to deliver the highest salesforce effectiveness. A critical element that is relatively new is territory optimization and we will examine the case for this in this article. Usain Bolt holds the wold...


CIOReview Selects OpenSymmetry for 100 Most Promising IBM Solution Providers

OpenSymmetry achieves CIOReview’s top Solution Providers list for its expertise in Incentive Compensation and Sales Compensation Management We are excited to announce that CIOReview Magazine has chosen OpenSymmetry, a trusted leader and global advisor that delivers Sales, HR, and Finance solutions to drive accelerated business performance,...


Why Automate Sales Compensation Management

On November 19th, 30 organisations gathered in London at the e-reward conference to discuss the benefits of compensation management software. OpenSymmetry’s (OS) focus was Sales Performance Management (SPM) software – how we define it, how we identify the business benefits and how to choose the...


The Power of HCM Systems

How can HR gear up for the challenges of scaling up every aspect of workforce management whilst aligning with business goals? Learn the enabling role technology has to play in transforming HR into strategic partners. This article examines 3 key considerations – the challenges faced by...


Day 2 of the Maserati Challenge – Back in the Saddle

Day 2 of the Maserati Challenge began earlier than yesterday and the weather had dropped a few degrees, the sun decided it didn't want to make an appearance yet. Yelling school kids were cheering us on as we whisked through towns with a pace faster...