Business-specific cloud-based document management. KnowledgeTree helps customer-facing teams use and improve their best content. Sales people instantly find content that closes deals. Managers identify what collateral works best – and where gaps are. And marketing improves content to drive more sales.
KnowledgeTree, a provider of software that helps enterprises sell more, has expanded its leadership team to build on rising momentum. Adoption by innovative, high-growth sales organizations has driven outstanding quarter-over-quarter results in 2014. KnowledgeTree has added three key executives to take advantage of this growth and continue to scale.
Raleigh software developer KnowledgeTree says it has seen top-line revenue double from quarter to quarter this year and has grown to 21 employees and more than 400 customers. With that growth came the need for more specialized roles, so company founder Daniel Chalef shed his CEO title to oversee product development and brought on Chris Atkinson to fill the chief executive role.
New sales and marketing solution helps companies quickly and easily discover and use their best proposals, presentations and other collateral.
River Cities’ Rik Vandevenne and portfolio company KnowledgeTree’s CEO Daniel Chalef discuss tips for entrepreneurs seeking venture funding.
KnowledgeTree, a company that does business-specific cloud-based document management, has just taken a $4.75 million round of funding from a collection of East Coast and international VCs.