February 25, 2014 at 11:01 AM
At the 2014 Stevie Awards for Sales and Customer Service this past weekend, HubSpot's Signals was announced the Gold Stevie Winner in the Sales Automation Solution category. The Stevie Awards for Sales and Customer Service recognize innovate companies and products that are transforming the world of sales, contact centers, and customer support. Signals, HubSpot's first offering beyond the marketing space, is a Google Chrome based notification app that alerts sales and service representatives when a lead, prospect, or customer has interacted with an email the rep has sent, your company's website, and your CRM, making conversations more relevant and personalized.
Of the award, Mark Roberge, HubSpot's Chief Revenue Officer of the HubSpot Sales Division said "We are honored to win this Stevie Award for Signals. Our mission with this product is to make selling easier for sales people and to make buying a better experience for customers. We are grateful to have helped so many companies enhance their buying process accordingly and to be recognized by a prestigious group such as the Stevie Awards for these efforts." Christopher O'Donnell, VP of Products for the HubSpot Sales Division, added: "This award really needs to be passed on to our end users. They have been so helpful to me and my team with constructive feedback and ideas to help us evolve this product into a mission critical app every sales person needs. As promised, we have a lot more to come. Stay tuned."
Signals was launched in August 2013 at HubSpot's annual INBOUND conference. In just a few months, Signals has reached over 25,000 users and sparked its own startup within HubSpot. The Signals team has grown to 11 people commited to marketing, developing, and managing the tool. Learn more about Signals here.