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Salesforce and LiveHive Together Provide Sales Teams with Access to Key Engagement Analytics

Enhanced Service Makes Prospect Engagement Insights Accessible to Everyone in the Office or On-the-Go

SAN JOSE, Calif., April 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- LiveHive Inc. today announces its integration with Salesforce, the popular enterprise sales and CRM solution. LiveHive, the sales acceleration service loaded with prospect engagement analytics and sales insights, is now available to be added to any Salesforce user's arsenal of tools designed to help close the deal.

The LiveHive app can be found within the Salesforce AppExchange, the marketplace of Salesforce's business applications and consulting partners. Once added, the service can be accessed via an in-app tab or within the opportunities section of Salesforce.

Sales professionals can use LiveHive to share, track and organize all sales content in one place, no need to jump in and out of other programs while selling. With LiveHive, users can see who viewed what information from where and when they did it. LiveHive also provides sales professionals insight into who their hottest leads are and if prospects have shared sales materials with others.

LiveHive provides Salesforce users with:

  • Unlimited tracking events
  • Unlimited prospects or viewers
  • LiveHive insights – see who viewed what, when and where
  • Social selling – sell directly on social networks and track origination of prospects
  • Sales collaboration – collaborate with your team in private spaces with a live activity stream, discussions, and profiles
  • PowerPoint tracking – identify which slides were viewed by your prospect and for how long

"LiveHive's integration with Salesforce provides sales professionals with the best tools on the market to track and engage with prospects," said LauraLee Lilyquist, VP of Marketing at LiveHive. "Sales teams can associate LiveHive workspaces with each opportunity within Salesforce, allowing for seamless collaboration and easy access to sales progress even if a team member doesn't have their own Salesforce account."

Salesforce users can easily add the LiveHive app to their account and use the service to better monitor and manage their engagement with prospects and customers. LiveHive's app makes it easier for sales professionals to share, track and monitor business activities as well as cultivate collaboration within sales organizations.

Pricing and Availability
A LiveHive 30-day free trial with all features for an unlimited number of users is available to any business. LiveHive also offers three levels of paid plans:

$35 per month for a single user
$125 per month for up to 5 users
$495 per month for up to 25 users

Anyone can view shared information from LiveHive for free. To view LiveHive pricing plans, click here: http://livehive.com/pricing

About LiveHive
LiveHive is a cloud-based sales acceleration solution used by medium-to-large businesses to equip sales professionals with the information and tools they need to sell to the self-informing customer. LiveHive allows users to track prospect engagement with sales materials by providing real-time, visual insights into who accessed which information when and from where and is a 2014 SIIA Software CODiE Award Finalist for Best Collaboration Solution. Founded in 2011 by experienced entrepreneurs, LiveHive is based in San Jose, CA. The company has raised $4.7M in funding from private investors and Acero Capital.

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