Facts and Statistics

Correlation does not equal causality – KPIs in Sales

Watch your step! Sales managers and managing directors in B2B confuse correlation and causality.

Data-based decisions in sales are not always ad-hoc better than intuition. The reason for this is the frequent confusion between the terms causality and correlation.

How nice it would be if managing directors or sales executives regularly knew why something happened. Why individual customers churn; why one product does not sell well or sells more than others; why in the end a promising sales lead does not become a customer, regardless of how good our salespeople are.

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B2B Digital Transformation in Sales: Facts & Trends

Facts and trends about the B2B digital transformation

If you are leading a Business-to-Business manufacturer or distributor, you know it already: sales is currently experiencing a massive transformation across the globe.

Advancement in artificial intelligence technologies of the last five years is providing manufacturing businesses and distributors with new exciting potential.

According to McKinsey, companies now have at their disposal a set of powerful technological tools that are, when properly implemented, able to guarantee future growth:

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Predictive Analytics Blog – The Best of 2019

 
It’s time again: The year is rapidly ending and if we look back, 2019 has seen a lot for Qymatix.

AI and machine learning are penetrating ever further into the corporate world in Germany. This year we have clearly felt this – in a positive way! Exciting new projects, new customers and interested new partners have accompanied us throughout this year.

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Interesting facts and statistics about B2B wholesale and manufacturing in Europe

Facts and statistics about B2B wholesale, distribution and manufacturing in Europe & Germany

Distribution in Europe is a significant job provider – 10 million employees. It works at the centre of the continent’s economy, covering almost all goods and services.

Most of the general public probably ignores the role of distribution on the European landscape, although it plays an essential role as the interface between importers, manufacturers, retailers and service providers.

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