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A Seismic Perspective: 5 Fun Facts about Software Engineer Joe Truong

A Seismic Perspective: 5 Fun Facts about Software Engineer Joe Truong

Jason Fidler
Written by Jason Fidler October 21, 2016

A lot of people say they were born with their passion. Considering Seismic software engineer Joe Truong’s mother, father, brother, and even his aunts and uncles are also engineers, it certainly appears that a true love of engineering may literally run in his blood. Joe got his first computer at age five, and built his…

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Memorable Highlights from Seismic Shift 2015

Memorable Highlights from Seismic Shift 2015

Laura Mulhall
Written by Laura Mulhall November 16, 2015

Last week, Seismic held its 2nd annual user conference in San Diego, Seismic Shift 2015! As a young company that is growing more every day, it was very exciting to see so many Seismic customers come together to network and celebrate their own sales and marketing success with Seismic. With over 90 attendees (3 times…

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Setting the Record Straight on Sales Enablement Solutions

Setting the Record Straight on Sales Enablement Solutions

Daniel Rodriguez
Written by Daniel Rodriguez September 11, 2015

What do you do when another company is sharing misinformation about you on their website? You set the record straight.  My initial reaction to the page below on Docurated’s website, titled Seismic Alternative, wasn’t angry. I actually cracked a wry smile and tipped my “grey hat” of marketing tactics to them. My intention here is…

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Why Company Success Is So Much More Than Making the Number

Why Company Success Is So Much More Than Making the Number

ecalnan
Written by ecalnan July 17, 2015

The first Seismic Boston office started in my attic at the end of 2010. When we launched, the other founders were 3,000 miles away in San Diego, so I bought a puppy to keep me company. Pudge is 5 years old now and it’s been cool to see him grow with us. The team doubled…

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Then and Now: A Reflection On Outgrowing Our First Office

Then and Now: A Reflection On Outgrowing Our First Office

Alyssa Drury
Written by Alyssa Drury May 8, 2015

One of the many blessings of working for a startup is how quickly your team can grow. Adding new members is exciting, especially when they make your team better, smarter, and more versatile. But it can also be a challenge for companies that start out in a small office space or co-work space: where do…

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A Seismic Perspective: 5 Questions for Inside Sales Manager Sean Ryan

A Seismic Perspective: 5 Questions for Inside Sales Manager Sean Ryan

Alyssa Drury
Written by Alyssa Drury May 1, 2015

Our newest installment of our Seismic Perspective series features Sean Ryan, one of Seismic’s Inside Sales Managers. Below, Sean shares his experiences of how he joined Seismic, what it’s like to be promoted internally, and what he’s most excited about for Seismic this year. How did you hear about and ultimately end up working for Seismic?…

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Seismic’s Guide to Owning Your Interview

Seismic’s Guide to Owning Your Interview

Alyssa Drury
Written by Alyssa Drury April 3, 2015

Interviews can be intimidating and stressful. You worry about your resume, your appearance, your first impression and of course your responses to each and every question. As a rapidly-growing company, Seismic is no stranger to interviews. We’ve corralled some of the best tips and advice from our sales and marketing teams to help future interviewees…

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5 Lessons Sales Teams Can Learn from March Madness

5 Lessons Sales Teams Can Learn from March Madness

Blake Grubbs
Written by Blake Grubbs March 9, 2015

It’s time to break out your brackets. March is upon us and we are closing in on one of the most exciting tournaments in sports: the NCAA Basketball Tournament, better known as March Madness. March Madness serves as a spectacle of some of our favorite things about sports today. Small schools play the role of…

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